EnergySourceJul 11, 2023
How cities can drive the energy transition in the Western Hemisphere
By Maia Sparkman, Willow Fortunoff
Expanding access to critical minerals and increasing manufacturing capacity is at the top of the Biden administration’s decarbonization agenda. Mayors, who have shown their ability to deliver on domestic investment projects, have begun exploring opportunities for international collaboration.
ReportJul 6, 2023
Technological and policy pathways to accelerate US industrial decarbonization
By Joseph Webster
Industrial decarbonization in the United States will be an important element in lowering global emissions. To limit the consequences of climate change, the United States must urgently advance a suite of efforts to guarantee the domestic and international industrial emissions reductions the world needs.
ReportJun 26, 2023
Meaningfully advancing the green agenda
By Pepe Zhang
To sustain the ongoing recovery against short-term headwinds and boost inclusive, productive, and sustainable development in the long term, governments cannot, and should not, act alone. Private firms can help advance the green agenda by working to create green jobs, taking measures to promote a transition to a circular-economy model, and partaking in green finance.
UkraineAlertJun 21, 2023
The new Ukraine will be a country worthy of its heroes
By Yulia Svyrydenko
International attention is currently focused on the progress of the Ukrainian counteroffensive but it is also vital to make sure Ukraine wins the peace by creating a secure and prosperous country, writes Yulia Svyrydenko.
EnergySourceJun 12, 2023
Leader perspective: Forging a green special relationship between the United States and United Kingdom
By The Rt Hon. Chris Skidmore, MP
The United Kingdom had long been a climate leader, but other countries have caught up. By working with its close ally the United States, the United Kingdom can reassert its climate leadership through a green special relationship that can galvanize net-zero objectives domestically and abroad.
EnergySourceJun 8, 2023
The debt-ceiling permitting deal misses the real problems holding back the energy transition
By Ken Berlin, Frank Willey
The debt ceiling bill introduces changes to reform the permitting process in the United States. But the legislation will do little to clear blockages in the permitting queue. To meet climate targets, legislators must adopt additional measures that are specific to transmission and renewable interconnection.
AfricaSourceJun 2, 2023
Through carbon markets, corporations have a role to play in Africa’s development. They should take it seriously.
By Aubrey Rugo
By purchasing high-quality carbon credits, companies can support the sustainable growth of low- and middle-income populations in the world's fastest-growing regions.
New AtlanticistJun 1, 2023
The G7 can take NATO-EU climate cooperation to the next level
By Francis Shin, Rachel Rizzo
There is a strong opportunity for meaningful NATO-EU cooperation by using the Group of Seven as a convening platform for climate change-related discussions.