Jeremy CarlResearch Fellow (former)
Does the Huge China-Australia Coal Deal Square with the Copenhagen Accord?in the news: New York Times on February 16, 2010
The $60 billion coal export contract between Resourcehouse (Australian mining company) and China Power International Development has prompted criticism, debate, concerns, as well as raised new questions on what countries are accountable for in global warming. The New York Times article covering this coal deal featured and quoted PESD researcher Jeremy Carl and PESD affiliate Bart Lucarelli.
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Researcher Jeremy Carl and PESD affiliate David Victor are quoted in a two-part article series on coal in India, "India's Roaring Eonomy is Hitched to a Galloping Addiction to Coal" and "India's Future Energy Business Plan -Shop the World for More Coal." Read more »
PESD researcher Jeremy Carl's op-ed piece on India's recent climate and energy negotiations with the United States featured in Indian ExpressOp-ed: Indian Express on December 7, 2009
Jeremy Carl argues that despite India’s lack of a concrete binding target for significant CO2 emissions reductions, India’s climate commitments come through on other fronts. Read more »
Morse and Carl argue that governments are set to transform the coal trade in World Coal Magazinein the news: World Coal Magazine on October 15, 2008
Jeremy Carl and Richard Morse explore a set of major catalysts that are about to dramatically change how the world trades and consumes coal.
in the news: Journal of Energy Security on April 23, 2009
Carl offers insight into the nuances of the current nuclear deal between India and the U.S. and its implications for an Indian nuclear energy policy. Read more »