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In the first of a four-part series on the Trump administration’s dramatic escalation of sanctions to pressure and punish U.S. adversaries, Richard Nephew examines sanctions on Iran.

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Report

Dr. Noah Kaufman, John Larsen, Peter Marsters, Hannah Kolus, and Shashank Mohan analyze the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act (EICDA), introduced in February 2019 by lead sponsor Ted Deutch (D-FL). 

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Daniel Raimi, Ronald Minsk, Jake Higdon and Alan Krupnick explore whether the federal government can and should intervene to reduce the challenges associated with economic volatility and offer recommendations for intervention.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Climate change, or the climate crisis as many would prefer to call it, has risen to the top of the legislative agenda for the U.S. House of Representatives since Democrats took control of the chamber in January

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Event
October 23, 2019

Join the Center on Global Energy Policy and CGEP Visiting Scholar Rim Baltaduonis for a hands-on demonstration of how laboratory economics experiments can be used to study electricity markets and inform decision makers about energy policy...

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Op-ed

Making concrete, steel and glass requires lots of heat — and lots of greenhouse gases. Dr. Julio Friedmann explains why the U.S. needs an agenda to decarbonize heavy industry.

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Testimony

Testifying before the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, CGEP Founding Director Jason Bordoff discusses the status of the Strategic Petroleum Reserve and related energy security issues.

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Article

In his latest Wall Street Journal experts column, Jason Bordoff highlights the importance of focusing on agriculture emissions in climate policy, and examines some of the innovative technologies and practices that make it not only necessary, but increasingly feasible, to reduce the climate impacts of livestock.

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Report

Heavy industry produces roughly 22 percent of global CO₂ emissions. Of these, roughly 40 percent (about 10 percent of total emissions) is the direct consequence of combustion to produce high-quality heat, almost entirely from the combustion of fossil fuels.

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September 30, 2019

Turbulence in international affairs is nothing new, but the diversity of challenges and opportunities facing the international community today rivals some of the most consequential periods in history. The United States Intelligence Community is...

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