Jane Flegal, an alumna of the Energy and Environment Policy Lab, has been appointed to join the White House Council on Environmental Quality as the senior director for industrial emissions. Congratulations, Jane!
Brian finished his PhD this summer and moved on to a position as Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan. Way to go, Brian!
From carbon pricing to green industrial policy, economic ideas have shaped climate policy.
ERG PhD Student Taryn Fransen has recently testified before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science on the UNEP Emissions Gap Report.
What policies could mobilize business support for progressive and durable national climate policy in the United States?
Congratulations to Jonas Meckling, recipient of the American Political Science Association’s Emerging Young Scholar Award in the field of science, technology, and environmental politics.
After decades of failure to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the transport sector, several jurisdictions have in rapid succession announced future goals to phase out sales of internal combustion engine vehicles.
Complex global problems such as climate change have not been met with deep international cooperation but with complex systems of governance across multiple scales.
The global energy industry is transforming as governments invest in clean energy technologies to address climate change, enhance energy security, and strengthen national competitiveness.
Governments support clean technologies to advance both environmental goals and national competitiveness.