Search Constraints

Begin New Search You searched for: Content Type Working Paper Remove constraint Content Type: Working Paper Publishing Institution Center on Global Energy Policy (CGEP), Columbia University Remove constraint Publishing Institution: Center on Global Energy Policy (CGEP), Columbia University Publication Year within 10 Years Remove constraint Publication Year: within 10 Years

Search Results

1. Tallying Updated NDCs to Gauge Emissions Reductions in 2030 and Progress toward Net Zero

2. To Bring Emissions-Slashing Technologies to Market, the United States Needs Targeted Demand-Pull Innovation Policies

3. Forging a Path Forward on US Nuclear Waste Management: Options for Policy Makers

4. Energy Transition Fact Sheet: Pathways to 100% Clean Electricity

5. The Role of Corporate Renewable Power Purchase Agreements in Supporting US Wind and Solar Deployment

6. Green Hydrogen in a Circular Carbon Economy: Opportunities and Limits

7. Reconsidering US Nuclear Cooperation Agreements

8. Powering the Globe: Lessons from Southeast Asia for China’s Global Energy Interconnection Initiative

9. Sorry, but the Virus Shows Why There Won’t Be Global Action on Climate Change

10. Saudi-Russia oil war is a game theory masterstroke

11. Reconsidering US Sanctions Policy Amid the Coronavirus Crisis and the Oil Market Crash

12. A Saudi-U.S.-Russia Oil Deal Is Not a Good Idea

13. 5 Reasons Why a Global Agreement to Prop Up Oil Prices Won’t Work

14. Boosting ESG Finance for the Post-Covid-19 World

15. Under a Cloud: The Future of Middle East Gas Demand

16. Columbia Global Energy Dialogue: Natural Gas Flaring Workshop Summary

17. The 2020 Oil Crash’s Unlikely Winner: Saudi Arabia

18. The Impact of Covid-19 on LNG Supplies

19. The Impact of Covid-19 on Global Supply Chains and Sanctions

20. Why the United States Should Remain Engaged on Nuclear Power: Climate Change and Air Pollution

21. COVID-19 Pandemic’s Impacts on China’s Energy Sector: A Preliminary Analysis

22. Evaluating the Trump Administration’s Approach to Sanctions: Venezuela

23. The Greenest Stimulus Is One that Delivers Rapid Economic Recovery

24. Is China Still a Developing Country? And Why It Matters for Energy and Climate

25. Strengthening Nuclear Energy Cooperation between the United States and Its Allies

26. It’s Time to Put Climate Action at the Center of U.S. Foreign Policy

27. Warsaw, Brussels, and Europe’s Green Deal: Challenges and Opportunities in 2020

28. Green Stimulus Proposals in the United States and China

29. Nuclear Decision-Making in Iran: Implications for US Nonproliferation Efforts

30. A Near-Term to Net Zero Alternative to the Social Cost of Carbon for Setting Carbon Prices

31. Trends and Contradictions in China’s Renewable Energy Policy

32. Fighting Against Imperialism: The Latin American Approach to International Sanctions

33. The Implications of an Iran Sanctions Snapback

34. Leveraging State Funds for Clean Energy: Lessons from New York State

35. Reform Is in the Pipelines: PipeChina and the Restructuring of China’s Natural Gas Market

36. Net-Zero and Geospheric Return: Actions Today for 2030 and Beyond

37. Why the United States Should Remain Engaged on Nuclear Power: Geopolitical and National Security Considerations

38. Carbon Pricing in Organized Wholesale Electricity Markets

39. Planning a Sustainable Post-Pandemic Recovery in Latin America and the Caribbean

40. New York City’s Building Emissions Law Shows the Importance of Economywide Climate Policy

41. Nowhere to Hide: Implications for Policy, Industry, and Finance of Satellite-Based Methane Detection

42. Expanding the Reach of a Carbon Tax: Emissions Impacts of Pricing Combined with Additional Climate Actions

43. Roundtable on Climate-Oriented Economic Recovery

44. Shifts in Global Sanctions Policy, and What They Mean for the Future

45. Levelized Cost of Carbon Abatement: An Improved Cost-Assessment Methodology for a Net-Zero Emissions World

46. Potential Implications of the COVID-19 Crisis on Long-Term Electricity Demand in the United States

47. The Qatari Sanctions Episode

48. Latin America Is Avoiding the Obvious Need for Reform. Why?

49. Engaging State-Owned Enterprises in Climate Action: Workshop Report

50. Electricity Oversupply: Maximizing Zero-Carbon Power to Accelerate the Transition from Fossil Fuels