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September 10, 2020

Accelerating clean energy technologies and innovation will be central to the fight against climate change, and the International Energy Agency's Energy Technology Perspectives, a guidebook on clean energy technologies, demonstrates quantitatively...

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Commentary

In a new commentary, Richard Kauffman and David Sandalow propose four principles to guide state governments in spending limited funds to promote clean energy and discusses recent programs that applied those principles in New York State.

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September 09, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused unemployment to reach levels last experienced in the United States during the Great Depression. Given the depth and breadth of the COVID-19 recession, economic stimulus and recovery packages will be key to...

Research
Commentary

Richard Nephew examines the Trump administration's decision to pursue the reimposition, or snapback, of UN Security Council sanctions against Iran.

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Report

In a new report, Dr. José Ignacio Hernández G. reviews the history of international sanctions in Latin America in the context of broader diplomatic developments.

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Op-ed

In an op-ed for State of the Planet, Cheryl LaFleur diagnoses what's really ailing California's electric system, and lays out the four "preexisting conditions" that need to be addressed to prevent future blackouts.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Host Bill Loveless is joined by Charif Souki to get his take on the circumstances leading to the decline in LNG trade this year and the outlook for a recovery.

China renewables
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Commentary

In a new commentary, Anders Hove examines China’s recent energy policy announcements and their implications for the 14th Five-Year Plan, which will set energy policy for the period from 2021–2025.

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Op-ed

In his latest essay in Foreign Policy, Jason Bordoff argues that even as many governments and environmentalists work to curb new coal plant financing and construction, far too little attention is being paid to the coal plants that already exist.

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Op-ed

In a new op-ed for the Houston Chronicle, Antoine Halff and Andrew Gould argue that the United States needs better methane regulations to compete against other oil and gas producers.

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