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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
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New Article: Engineered CO2 Removal, Climate Restoration, and Humility

Senior research scholar Julio Friedmann examines the roles of technical experts, financiers, and government officials in advancing carbon dioxide removal projects.

by |July 30, 2019

Podcast Discusses How Energy Markets are Impacting the Global Economy

In a new episode of the Columbia Energy Exchange, host Jason Bordoff interviews a renowned economist specializing in macroeconomics and energy economics.

by |July 25, 2019

Podcast Discusses New Book About the Quest for Renewable Energy

Award-winning investigative reporter Russell Gold discusses his new book, Superpower, in the latest episode of the Columbia Energy Exchange podcast.

by |July 12, 2019
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Workshop Explores How to Make Trucks Electric and Autonomous

Freight trucks consume 17 percent of the global oil demand, generating tons of greenhouse gas and air pollution emissions in the process. Could electrification help?

by |June 27, 2019

New Podcast: U.S. Natural Gas in a Changing Climate

In this episode of Columbia Energy Exchange from Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy, host Bill Loveless is joined by Karen Harbert, the president and CEO of the American Gas Association.

by |June 10, 2019
former Congressman Carlos Curbelo

Former Congressman Carlos Curbelo Joins Columbia Center on Global Energy Policy

As a Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Curbelo will focus on the nexus of energy and climate policy and support the center’s carbon tax research.

by |January 7, 2019
Abigail Ross Hopper

What’s In Store for U.S. Solar Energy in 2019?

A new podcast episode explores what’s next for solar power amidst increasingly ominous reports about climate change and ongoing debates over the role of federal and state policies.

by |January 2, 2019
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What U.S. Midterm Elections Mean for Energy, Environment

A new podcast episode explores the federal policy landscape looking out to 2020, as well as key referenda at the state level, including carbon fees and restrictions on oil and natural gas drilling.

by |November 12, 2018
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How to Talk About Climate Change

Climate scientist Katherine Hayhoe explains how she merges her evangelical Christian faith and scientific work, and what needs to be done to win hearts and minds on the issue of climate change.

by |October 23, 2018