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Energy, Security, and Climate: Harvey Lessons for U.S. Export Role: Public-Private Stockpiles

Inventories play a crucial role in oil and gas commodity markets by smoothing out short term disl

2017-09-12 22:24   Click to comment

Energy, Security, and Climate: The United States Left the Paris Agreement. Good.

This is a guest post by Lindsay Iversen, Associate Director, Climate and Resources at the Cou

2017-06-16 18:45   Click to comment

Energy, Security, and Climate: How to Save Mission Innovation

Today officials are reporting President Trump plans to pull the United States out of the Paris Ag

2017-05-31 14:31   Click to comment

Energy, Security, and Climate: Don’t Let the Window of Opportunity for Increasing Asia’s Use of Natural Gas Close

This post is guest authored by Ian Cronshaw, visiting fellow at the Australian National Univer

2017-05-22 14:07   Click to comment

Energy, Security, and Climate: Russia's Nuclear Diplomacy: How Washington Should Respond

This is a guest post by Sagatom Saha, the research Associate for energy and U.S.

2017-04-07 15:00   Click to comment

Energy, Security, and Climate: India Makes Progress on Solar, But Barriers Remain

This guest post is co-authored by Sarang Shidore, a visiting scholar at the LBJ School at the

2017-02-17 14:30   Click to comment

Energy, Security, and Climate: Climate Change Could Enhance Risk of Conflict

This is a guest post by Joshua Busby, Associate Professor of Public Affairs at the University

2017-01-26 15:00   Click to comment

Energy, Security, and Climate: Curious About Clean Energy Innovation? Take This Class

This fall, I created and taught a course at Georgetown University called “Clean Energy Innovation

2016-12-19 15:23   Click to comment

Energy, Security, and Climate: Under Trump, Private Sector May Lead U.S. Climate Action

This post is authored by Shayle Kann, the head of GTM Research and Senior Vice President at G

2016-12-15 17:48   Click to comment

Energy, Security, and Climate: An Energy Innovation Agenda for the Trump Administration

Democrats and Republicans are girding for battle over energy policy.

2016-12-13 19:11   Click to comment

Energy, Security, and Climate: Climate Change and U.S. Leadership Under President Trump

This guest post was written by Lindsay Iversen, associate director of climate and resources a

2016-11-15 18:00   Click to comment

Energy, Security, and Climate: Sustaining Fuel Subsidy Reform Should Be a Top U.S. Priority

Last week, I released a new CFR discussion paper entitled, "

2016-10-25 14:30   Click to comment

Energy, Security, and Climate: Four Things I Learned from Visiting Argonne National Laboratory

For seventy years, Argonne has hosted cutting-edge scientific research.

2016-10-11 15:28   Click to comment

Energy, Security, and Climate: Pairing Push and Pull Policies: A Heavy-Duty Model for Innovation

This post is co-authored by Sagatom Saha, research associate for energy and U.S.

2016-09-27 16:40   Click to comment

Energy, Security, and Climate: The International Energy Agency’s Hybrid Model

This guest post is co-authored by Stewart Patrick, senior fellow and director of the Internat

2016-08-24 16:01   Click to comment

Energy, Security, and Climate: Time to Repeal U.S. Oil and Gas Tax Breaks

This post is co-authored by Sagatom Saha, research associate for energy and foreign policy at

2016-08-10 21:58   Click to comment

Energy, Security, and Climate: What Will It Take to Turn Natural Gas Around in India?

This guest post is co-authored by Sarang Shidore, a visiting scholar at the LBJ School at the

2016-08-02 16:56   Click to comment

Energy, Security, and Climate: Why the Silicon Valley Model Failed Cleantech

It’s no secret that venture capital (VC) has fled from the clean energy technology (cleantech) se

2016-07-26 14:59   Click to comment

Energy, Security, and Climate: Securitization: The Next Big Thing in Solar Energy Financing

This post was co-written by Sagatom Saha, research associate for energy and foreign policy at

2016-07-19 17:53   Click to comment

Energy, Security, and Climate: Moving On

This is my last post on this blog.

2016-07-19 02:07   Click to comment

Energy, Security, and Climate: Why the United States Should Respond to Oil Price Volatility By Reducing Oil Consumption

This post is co-authored by Sagatom Saha, research associate for energy and foreign policy at

2016-06-16 19:10   Click to comment

Energy, Security, and Climate: The Strategic Petroleum Reserve: A Policy Response to Oil Price Volatility?

This guest post is authored by Jason Bordoff, professor of professional practice and founding

2016-06-15 14:42   Click to comment

Energy, Security, and Climate: Beyond Climate Confusion: Why Both Energy Innovation and Deployment Matter

I have a new essay in the May/June issue of Foreign Affairs—“

2016-05-04 15:21   Click to comment

Energy, Security, and Climate: What Comes After the Paris Climate Agreement?

More than one hundred leaders are in New York today to sign the Paris climate agreement.

2016-04-22 15:44   Click to comment

Energy, Security, and Climate: Liberal Bias and Climate Science

Eduardo Porter has a

2016-04-19 16:56   Click to comment

Energy, Security, and Climate: Why Solar Will Need to Cost 25¢ Per Watt by 2050, And How the Industry Might Get There

This post is co-written with Shayle Kann, senior vice president of research at Greentech

2016-04-07 14:34   Click to comment

Energy, Security, and Climate: Japan Should Increase Its Target for Renewable Energy, In Case Nuclear Restarts Stall

I’ve been traveling in Japan, meeting with government officials, power sector executives, and

2016-04-04 18:14   Click to comment

Energy, Security, and Climate: WTO Ruling Against India’s Solar Policies Previews Clashes Between Trade and Climate Agendas

This week, a World Trade Organization (WTO) panel decided in favor of the United States and again

2016-02-26 14:41   Click to comment

Energy, Security, and Climate: The Supreme Court Just Clarified Rules for Modern Power Regulation…Or Did It?

Yesterday, the Supreme Court ruled that the federal government is empowered to regulate wholesale

2016-01-26 16:42   Click to comment

Energy, Security, and Climate: Solar Power’s Paradoxical 2015 in Three Charts

This post is co-written with Sagatom Saha, research associate for energy and foreign policy a

2016-01-14 15:00   Click to comment


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