CGEP Director Jason Bordoff and CGEP Scholar Dr. Noah Kaufman describe the major design decisions associated with a federal carbon tax and their implications on US energy markets, emissions, and the economy.
CGEP Scholar Dr. Tim Boersma and others examine the resource nexus debate in relation to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and outline a vision for future nexus research and SDG delivery.
CGEP Scholar Dr. Noah Kaufman compares the major design elements of the proposed Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act to three other prominent proposals of 2018. He also examines the policy’s likely impacts on emissions, energy markets and the economy using analyses of other federal carbon tax scenarios.
Writing in Foreign Affairs, CGEP Scholar Richard Nephew and SIPA Professor and former U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew argue that Washington, D.C. is abusing its financial might and discuss the consequences that might have.
Despite a robust demand outlook, investment in new LNG supply capacity has come to a standstill in the last couple of years. How this impasse will get resolved – and what role the United States will play in the next wave of LNG supply – is a key question for the future global energy system.
Last June, dozens of flights were canceled for multiple days at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. The culprit? Extreme heat, grounding planes not able to operate at temperatures above 118 degrees Fahrenheit.