In the News

Love is Blind: How Germany’s Long Romance with Cars Led to the Nation’s Biggest Clean Energy Failure (Inside Climate News, June 11, 2020)

Economics from zero-sum to win-win (Nature Climate Change, April 20, 2020)

How to enact policies that are effective in slowing climate change (The Washington Post, December 7, 2018)

President Trump wants protectionist measures against Chinese solar power. That’s going to hurt U.S. firms. (The Washington Post, September 25, 2017)

How Trump could undermine the US solar boom (The Conversation, September 20, 2017)

Q&A: Climate Change at the International Level (Breakthroughs, Fall, 2016)

Change We Must Believe In (The Berkeley Science Review, May 2, 2016)

The Gentle Giant’s Climate Problem (New York Observer, March 28, 2016)

Best way to fight climate change? Stop fighting (Yahoo, September 17, 2015)

How inefficient climate policies can build support for efficient ones (Vox, September 17, 2015)

Berkeley study favors carrot over stick when it comes to green policies (UtilityDive, September 17, 2015)

Incentives to use more clean energy work best — study (ClimateWire, September 16, 2015)

Building Climate Coalitions (Legal Planet, September 11, 2015)

Want a global carbon price? Help out renewable companies first (Grist, September 11, 2015)

How to beat the climate crisis? Start with carrots (ScienceDaily, September 10, 2015)

Free Trade for Green Trade: To Support Clean Power, Open Up Trade in Green Technology (Foreign Affairs, August 4, 2015)

Stanford report asks: what might the solar future look like? (PV Magazine, November 20, 2013)

Is the Global Solar Industry a Winner-Take-All Game? (Greentech Media, November 6, 2013)

Carbon Trade Wars: Why the US Should Accept EU Rules on Aviation Emissions (The Huffington Post, November 11, 2011)

Government Should Seize on Business Support for Climate Deal (Huffington Post, December 6, 2010)