PESD's new research analyzes China's coal-power base reforms and how they will impact Chinese and global coal markets. Read more »
PESD Director Frank Wolak travels to the White House for the Energy Innovation Conference
At the request of the Kauffman Foundation, PESD director Frank Wolak compiled a list of state and local regulatory barriers that restrain the commercialization of technologies that would reduce the carbon content of energy services consumed in the United States.
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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 »
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 »
Chinese State media Xinhua News front page features PESD researchers Gang He and Richard Morse's analysis of Chinese and American climate policyin the news
The Chinese State media Xinhua News interviewed and featured the analysis of PESD researchers Gang He and Richard Morse on their front page. 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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The Boston Review releases Victor and Morse's "Living With Coal"Op-ed: The Boston Review on September 9, 2009
David Victor and Richard Morse explain why coal, the world's fastest growing fossil fuel and leading source of greenhouse gas emissions, is here to stay and how climate policy can tackle this problem. Their piece is also featured in Engineering World's October/November 2009 issue.