May 12, 2022

The Center on Global Energy Policy will host Dr. Jessika Trancik, Professor at the Institute for Data, Systems, and Society at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, for...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Hydrogen could be essential for the zero-carbon economy, especially for cleaning up concrete, steel, and chemicals. It’s also a promising fuel source for transportation and electricity that's attracted hundreds of...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

A rocky pandemic recovery, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and increasing social and consumer pressure to move away from Russian commodities have led to a spike in  oil, natural gas, and even coal prices.  ...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has sent oil and natural gas markets for a loop. 

But less attention has been paid to the implications of the war for global energy and...

April 27, 2022

The COVID-19 crisis has had a deep impact on economies and energy transition prospects in Sub-Saharan Africa. The current period of high inflation and high energy prices have exacerbated existing challenges and put the energy trilemma at the...

Implications of the Russian War in Ukraine on Latin America’s Energy Sector
Global Energy Dialogue

A conversation among Senior Research Scholars Dr. Mauricio Cardenas and Dr. Luisa Palacios, and Distinguished Visiting Fellow Juan Carlos Jobet, about the impact of Russia’s war in Ukraine on Latin America’s energy sector.

April 28, 2022

State-owned enterprises (SOEs) are major drivers of greenhouse gas emissions, at both national and global levels, and yet they are often overlooked in the climate discourse. According to a recent CGEP report, SOEs emit nearly 9 GtCO2-e and likely...