Center on Global Energy Policy, Author at State of the Planet

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Potential Texas-OPEC Alliance Shows More Oil Production Doesn’t Make U.S. ‘Energy Independent’

As plummeting oil prices threaten bankruptcy for hundreds of U.S. oil companies, a Texas official is opening up talks with the foreign cartel.

by David Sandalow |April 2, 2020
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The Impact of Coronavirus and the Oil Price War on Latin America

The region is highly vulnerable to these twin shocks.

by Mauricio Cárdenas |March 18, 2020
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Carbon Capture Solutions for Climate Change

The latest episode of the Columbia Energy Exchange podcast discusses new legislation that would support new technologies that capture carbon emissions.

by |March 11, 2020
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Workshop Outlines Challenges and Opportunities for Electrifying NYC Buses

The Metropolitan Transit Authority aims to have a fully electric municipal bus fleet by 2040.

by |February 25, 2020
Ralph Izzo

New Podcast: U.S. Energy and Climate Policy in 2020

In this edition of Columbia Energy Exchange, host Bill Loveless is joined by Ralph Izzo, a well-known leader in the U.S. utility sector and in the public policy arena.

by |January 6, 2020

New Report Lays Out Strategies to Curb Emissions From Government-Owned Enterprises

These companies are among the world’s leading carbon emitters, so there can be no climate success without them.

by |September 20, 2019
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The Challenge of Communicating Climate Change

In this edition of Columbia Energy Exchange, host Jason Bordoff interviews one of the pioneers of climate change reporting, Andy Revkin.

by |August 20, 2019
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New Podcast Explores Lessons From Chernobyl

This edition of the Columbia Energy Exchange podcast brings in Adam Higginbotham to discuss his new book, Midnight in Chernobyl, a thrilling, chilling, and gripping account of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.

by |August 15, 2019
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New Podcast Explores Recent Flurry of Carbon Tax Proposals in Congress

In this edition of Columbia Energy Exchange, host Bill Loveless talks with Noah Kaufman, an economist specializing in carbon pricing, about this burst of activity on Capitol Hill and its implications for policymaking.

by |August 13, 2019
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New Resource Compares All the Carbon Tax Proposals in Congress Right Now

An unprecedented number of carbon tax plans are currently on the table in Congress. A new online resource from the Center on Global Energy Policy compares the different proposals and explains what you need to know about a federal carbon tax.

by |August 1, 2019