Energy and Environment

All Hands On Deck: Who’s Missing in the Clean Energy Workforce

July 1, 2015 by Rebecca Pearl-Martinez
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Gender equity could be a smart climate change innovation.

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Can the World Learn from America’s Approach to Nuclear Energy?

March 4, 2015 by Ryota Ozawa and Rie Yamada
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Strategic partnership between the public and government based on participation and representation can provide many insights to other nations looking to manage the political debate and risks around nuclear power.

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On Energy Subsidy Reforms in India

January 12, 2015 by Siddharth Singh
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The new Indian government—now seven months old—led by Prime Minister Modi has maintained a fair degree of continuity of the economic policies initiated by the previous government. This is especially true in the case of energy pricing and subsidies: the government has continued the gradual removal of energy subsidies that had begun during Manmohan Singh’s […]

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Resource-Rich Countries Hit Again as Gas Rents Drop

December 13, 2014 by Leslie Palti-Guzman
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Recent discussions about the impact of falling energy prices on oil-producing states overlook the significant effects that these falling prices will also have on natural gas-rich nations. Countries such as Qatar, Russia, and Algeria will be forced to contend with major economic and political challenges, particularly given the emerging era in gas markets.

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