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Center on Global Energy Policy Archives - Page 2 of 11 - State of the Planet
To keep the planet from warming more than 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels, economies must rapidly decarbonize. What will this involve?
Harry Verhoeven, senior research scholar with Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy, answers questions about the implications for the world’s least developed countries.
The war has heightened concerns that Russia could attack energy infrastructure in retaliation for the U.S.’s support of Ukraine. In this Q&A, scholars examine this prospect and how energy companies might respond.
There are a few actions policy makers can take to increase nuclear power and reduce Europe’s dependence on gas.
A global research scholar with the Center on Global Energy Policy answers questions about how deep Europe’s dependence on Russia is and how this adverse relationship developed.
As the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine unfolds, scholars offer their insights into what it means for the clean energy transition, food security, public health, and efforts to curb climate change.
State-owned companies emit more carbon dioxide than any country except China. Countries can leverage these enterprises to achieve climate and energy policy objectives.
Catherine McKenna, Former Canadian Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Joins Columbia University
As a visiting fellow with the Center on Global Energy Policy, McKenna plans to work on practical solutions to help scale climate action.
2021 may turn out to be the most critical year in our efforts to combat climate change. What things helped and what things hurt climate progress this year?