The Real Impact of West Virginia v. EPA: Q&A With Climate Economist Gernot Wagner
Wagner explains why the ruling will have implications for broader efforts to forestall global warming.
Transitioning to the Future
Managing the Impact of Climate Change
Oil and Gas Majors May Be More Responsive to Pressure on Climate Than Widely Believed
Research presented at the 2022 Climate Business and Investment Conference suggests ways energy companies can be influenced by their investor stakeholders.
How to Make Climate Pledges Stick
China’s pledge in September to pursue carbon neutrality by 2060 was followed by a similar pledge from Japan a month later.
The Path to Decarbonizing Energy
The global energy transition is underway. Coal and gas, two of the greatest contributors of CO2 emissions, are no longer the cheapest energy sources.
Three Global Steps to a Biden Climate Initiative
The climate crisis is the greatest threat to humanity’s long-term viability. With more sensible US leadership, the world will have a fighting chance of survival.
Advice to the Next US President: Climate Change
Government's role in tackling global warming is crucial, says Geoff Heal, a Chazen Senior Scholar. Here's how it can be done.
10 Alumni VCs Share their Best Advice for Entrepreneurs
From ideation to exiting and everything in between, here’s a roundup of top insights from alumni venture capitalists.