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This op-ed was originally published in the Financial Times.

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At COP26, leaders must find ways to allow much greater economic growth across large parts of the world while achieving our climate goals

Why This Energy Crisis Is Different
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Jason Bordoff examines the causes and consequences of the current energy crisis developing in Europe and Asia. 

German-American Support for Ukraine After Nord Stream 2 Won't Be Enough
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Pierre Noel and Chi Kong Chyong argue the Biden administration inherited an impossibly bad situation, having to choose between triggering a crisis with its indispensable European ally or risking the impression that it was throwing Ukraine under the bus. It chose the latter.

How to Reach Net Zero
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While the world has many ambitious long-term climate targets, it lacks strategies to put the right investments and policies in place. The next 10-15 years will be critical – and several factors can promote effective efforts to achieve net-zero emissions by mid-century.

Why Shaking Up Big Oil Could Be a Pyrrhic Victory
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In his latest essay in Foreign Policy, Jason Bordoff reflects on last week’s landmark setbacks in the courtroom, boardroom, and shareholder meetings for some of the world’s largest oil firms.

It's time for investors to take a lead on climate policy
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In a new op-ed for the World Economic Forum, Erin M. Blanton and Ben N. Ratner argue that as public and corporate concern about the climate grows and as expectations for financial players escalate, it’s time for the C-Suite to integrate climate into their firms’ public policy advocacy.

The Colonial Pipeline Crisis Is a Taste of Things to Come
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In a new essay in Foreign Policy, Jason Bordoff examines the causes of last week's fuel shortages along the Eastern Seaboard and lessons that the federal government and private sector should take from the crisis to bolster the United States’ security of critical energy infrastructure and its resilience to inevitable disruptions from the rising risks of both cyberattack and severe weather. 

Proposed 45Q Tax Credit Reform Could Give a Big Boost to Carbon Capture Projects
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In a new op-ed for State of the Planet, Emeka Ochu argues a direct pay option for the 45Q tax credit could help to incentivize carbon capture retrofits in U.S. power plants.

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