ReportMichael Delgado and Kate Larsen | April 21, 2015 Our understanding of global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in recent years has been limited by the lack of up-to-date emissions data from most countries. To fill that gap Rhodium Group has developed an internally consistent set of national GHG emission estimates for all countries in ...
ReportKate Larsen, Michael Delgado, and Peter Marsters | April 20, 2015 RHG analyzes current and potential future methane emissions from the oil and natural gas industry worldwide.
NoteJohn Larsen and Whitney Ketchum | April 16, 2015 EPA’s Clean Power Plan (CPP) guidelines for regulating CO2 emissions from existing power plants establish statewide emission rate goals for fossil fuel-fired power plants. EPA’s “building block” approach to setting these goals is based on recent industry and policy trends in the power sector. One ...
Articleby Pramit Pal Chaudhuri | March 20, 2015 Prime Minister Narendra Modi helped bring the Indian Ocean to the consciousness of the average Indian – at least for a while. Nothing new in that. The Indian Ocean has been a strangely intermittent matter of interest to the people of the subcontinent. There has ...
Articleby Pramit Pal Chaudhuri | March 13, 2015 The world’s only territorial terror state, the Islamic State, has stopped expanding in Iraq and is battling to hold onto to the city of Tikrit from a combined Iraqi-Iranian army. It is holding its own in Syria where it is one of the three primary ...
Noteby Jacob Funk Kirkegaard | March 13, 2015 Another week has passed in the tug of war between Greece and the euro area, and a wide gap remains between the two sides over what Athens must do to renew the financial lifeline that has kept it solvent since 2010. Still, it is too ...
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