PESD Director Frank Wolak was invited to present at the Guanghua Leadership Institute's City Leader Program held at Stanford. Read more »
Research by PESD researchers Richard Morse and Gang He cited in Bloomberg Newsin the news: Bloomberg News on June 21, 2010
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PESD's latest research on the Chinese wind CDM controversy was featured in Caixin Media's New Century Magazinein the news: Caixin Media's New Century Magazine on April 5, 2010
Caixin Media features PESD's working paper "Making Carbon Offsets Work in the Developing World: Lessons from the Chinese Wind Controversy" by researchers Gang He and Richard Morse. The article highlights Gang He's analysis and comments on the Chinese wind CDM controversy, CDM investment, and reform options.
in the news: Bloomberg News on March 15, 2010
Bloomberg News features PESD's newest release, "Making Carbon Offsets Work in the Developing World: Lessons from the Chinese Wind Controversy" by researchers Gang He and Richard Morse. The article highlights Richard's comments on key findings and CDM reform options as the UN prepares to address the controversy in the coming weeks. Read more »
in the news: China Dialogue on October 23, 2009
PESD's Research Associate, Gang He, discusses the energy dilemma of doing CCS in China and sets out his technical and policy recommendations for China's adoption of this important technology.
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in the news: The Washington Post on August 11, 2009
A Washington Post article on 11 August 2009 titled "Coal's Future Wagered on Carbon Capture" by Steven Mufson quoted PESD research on the economics and scale of carbon capture and storage (CCS). The article discusses the need for CCS at scale, and also highlights the technological and cost challenges of CCS. Read more »
Op-ed: Roll Call on August 3, 2009
PESD affiliated faculty Burton Richter argues in Roll Call that the climate bill passed by the US House of Representatives misses the mark on several fronts, especially in its inadequate funding for long-term research. The Senate must do better. Read more »