Energy has long been intimately tied to global geopolitics, power and foreign policies. The rapid pace of change in the energy sector is creating new sources of uncertainty and risk that require careful study and understanding.
In his latest column in Foreign Policy, Jason Bordoff argues that while a President Joe Biden and a Republican-controlled U.S. Senate—the current scenario pending final vote counts and two runoff elections in Georgia—means ambitious legislative action on energy and climate change will be significantly more challenging, there will still be many options for meaningful climate action under a Biden administration.
CGEP Inaugural Fellow & CGEP Senior Research Scholar
As China’s reported number of coronavirus cases hovers close to zero and the country begins charting an ambitious economic recovery, one question emerging is how the pandemic affects China’s outlook for energy and...