Noteby John Larsen, Kate Larsen and Whitney Ketchum | October 6, 2014 At the 2009 UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, the United States committed to reduce its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the range of 17% below 2005 levels by 2020. Halfway to that 2020 deadline, the Obama Administration has adopted ...
Articleby Pete Ogden | September 24, 2014 Fossil fuel subsidies are woven into the fabric of many economies, holding back the transition towards clean energy. Tom Hale and Pete Ogden propose a new form of financial instrument – ‘SPARC bonds’ – that could overcome the political and ...
Reportby Jason Bordoff, Trevor Houser, and Shashank Mohan | September 22, 2014 Rhodium Group and The Center on Global Energy Policy examine the impact of US LNG exports on European security and Russian foreign policy.
Articleby Pete Ogden | August 4, 2014 Pete Ogden is a Senior Advisor of Rhodium Group (RHG). This article was adapted from a article by the Council on Foreign Relations in August 2014. On June 2, U.S. President Barack Obama proposed the country’s first-ever federal regulation on greenhouse gas pollution resulting from ...
ReportTrevor Houser, Robert Kopp, Solomon Hsiang, Michael Delgado, Amir Jina, Kate Larsen, Michael Mastrandrea, Shashank Mohan, Robert Muir-Wood, DJ Rasmussen, James Rising, and Paul Wilson | June 24, 2014 An RHG-led team of climate scientists, economists and risk analysts assesses the economic risks of climate change in the United States by region of the county and sector of the economy for the Risky Business Project.
NoteJohn Larsen and Whitney Ketchum | June 16, 2014 Well before the EPA’s released its proposed Clean Power Plan (CPP), environmental groups and industry associations began haggling over what it would mean for electricity consumers and US economic growth. Now that the proposal is out, what do we know about its potential economic costs?
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