Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Accelerating a global clean energy transition has never been more vital to curbing the worst impacts of climate change, but greenhouse gas emissions and the use of hydrocarbons continues to rise. 

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Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Bill Loveless sits down to recap last year in climate and energy policy news and look ahead with climate reporters: Lisa Friedman and Justin Worland.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Aviation is a notoriously difficult sector to decarbonize. So as Melissa plans a family trip, she wrestles with her options. Which flights emit the least carbon? How well do offsets work? Should we even be flying...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

It seems that the coronavirus pandemic is here to stay as the newly-discovered Omicron variant of the virus spreads throughout the globe. 

But climate change continues...

Comparing a Clean Electricity Standard and a Carbon Tax
Research
Report

This report, part of the Carbon Tax Research Initiative at Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy, uses energy system modeling to zero in on the differences between a clean electricity standard (CES) and carbon tax to enable policy makers to better understand the advantages and drawbacks of each policy tool.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

When one of the biggest ships in the world got stuck...

Are We Ready for the Electric Vehicles Revolution? | Q&A with with Dr. Tom Moerenhout
Research
Interview

In this piece, the Center on Global Energy Policy’s Dr. Tom Moerenhout explores how remaining obstacles to 100% electrical vehicles (EVs) can be overcome.

Having It Both Ways: GCC Oil Faces Peak Demand
Research
Report

This paper, part of the work by Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy on oil and gas and the energy transition, examines two broad actions being taken by petrostates to remain relevant in a decarbonizing world: demand defense and demand creation. 

How the ESG Investing Framework Applies to National Oil Companies: Workshop Report
Research
Global Energy Dialogue

On November 16, the Center on Global Energy Policy (CGEP) at Columbia University SIPA convened a private workshop to discuss the applicability of the current ESG (environmental, social, and corporate governance) investing framework on national oil companies (NOCs).

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Hydropower is one of our oldest sources of renewable energy. In 2018, hydropower made up nearly 60% of Canada’s electricity generation. In provinces like Quebec and Manitoba, hydropower makes up well over 90% of the provincial electricity supply...

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