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February 08, 2022

The Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) is a group of nuclear supplier countries that seeks to contribute to the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons through the implementation of two sets of guidelines for nuclear exports and nuclear-related exports....

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

The most abundant element in the universe, hydrogen seems – at least in theory – to be a good source of energy. But because of the high costs and other barriers associated with hydrogen power, the real story is...

February 03, 2022

Despite the developmental gains of recent decades, the end of the commodity boom, the recent Covid-19 pandemic, and growing calls for decarbonization have raised numerous questions on the future of development strategies in Africa and Latin...

February 01, 2022

Global natural consumption experienced strong recovery in 2021 with an estimated 4.6% increase, more than double the decline seen in 2020. This owed to the combination of a rebound in economic activity after the 2020 lockdowns and a succession of...

US-China Energy Relations: A Snapshot | Q&A with Dr. Erica Downs, Dr. Shangyou Nie and David Sandalow

In this piece, the Center on Global Energy Policy’s Erica Downs, Shangyou Nie and David Sandalow discuss several recent developments in the US-China energy relationship.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

How can the US and Canada cooperate to meet international and domestic climate targets? 

To try and answer that question, host Jason Bordoff spoke with Catherine...

February 02, 2022

Environmental Stewardship, Social Responsibility and Corporate Governance (ESG) have become the new standard of best corporate practices globally. The Center on Global Energy Policy’s Women in Energy program will host a panel of board directors...

January 24, 2022

The most recent report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change emphasizes that temperature increases in Southern Africa owing to global warming are already significantly higher than planetary averages and will continue to soar. At the...