President of Iran Hassan Rouhani
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Dr. Ariane Tabatabai explores how Tehran determines the direction of the country’s nuclear program and its implications for US and international efforts to keep the Islamic Republic away from the bomb.

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Global Energy Dialogue

The Center on Global Energy Policy and Center for International Energy and Environment Strategy Studies at Renmin University convened a joint Zoom workshop on green stimulus programs in the US and China. This summary highlights the main points of the discussion. 

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Commentary

A new commentary from Center on Global Energy Policy senior research scholar Jonathan Elkind and co-author Damian Bednarz, surveys the challenges facing EU climate policy in 2020, as the bloc seeks both to chart a course to midcentury decarbonization and to respond to a pandemic that has paralyzed economies and upended lives across Europe.

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Testimony

Dr. Julio Friedmann testifies before the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, examining the development and deployment of large-scale carbon dioxide management technologies in the United States, including technological and natural carbon removal, carbon utilization, and carbon storage.

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Dr. Matt Bowen examines the importance of nuclear cooperation between the US and it allies from the past to the present and future, especially given the urgency and challenge of climate change.

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Article

From the Pentagon to the White House Situation Room, climate change must be considered in every decision.

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Philippe Benoit & Kevin Jianjun Tu examine the energy and environmental implications of China's hybrid development status.

Offshore wind farm turbines near Block Island, R.I.
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Op-ed

In a new op-ed for the New York Times, Jason Bordoff argues that if the permit process is not improved, solar and wind energy efforts may face protracted delays or shutdowns.

An orphan well
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In a new report, Jason Bordoff, Daniel Raimi, and Neelesh Nerurkar examine the potential to boost US employment in the oil and gas workforce while also reducing pollution through a federal program to plug orphaned and abandoned oil and gas wells.

Workers install a solar panel system on the roof of a home in Palmetto Bay, Florida, on Jan. 23, 2018.
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Op-ed

In his latest essay in Foreign Policy, Jason Bordoff argues that the need for government stimulus investments to respond to the Covid-19 pandemic presents a historic opportunity to put countries on a more sustainable path, but, to be effective, green stimulus requires a more expansive view of both the timeframe for recovery spending and of the climate benefits.

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