Tag Archives: coal

Out of Proportion: US Carbon Emissions

How does the U.S. CO2 output compare to its population share?

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Tax Carbon Consumption: Europe’s Best Environmental Strategy

Why Europe needs to act on climate change – and how.

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To Deal With Russia, Germany Needs Renewables

Will the Ukraine crisis force Germany to backtrack on the Energiewende?

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Post-Russia: Europe’s Energy Alternatives, Realistically Viewed

Ten Facts: Breaking dependence on Russian energy is easier said than done

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Obama Steps Out Alone on Climate Change

Will America now respond to the 21st century threat of climate change and lead? Or will ambivalence prevail?

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Germany’s Energiewende: What Have We Learned So Far?

Is Germany’s energy transformation leading to a democratization of economic power?

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The Globalist Debate: The Dangerous Appeal of China’s Green Mercantilism

Is China’s purported innovation in green technology real — or is it largely a scaling up of current inferior technologies?

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Green China — Part II: A New Growth Model

What are the practical and security-related concerns driving China’s embrace of green development?

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Natural Gas and International Relations (Part I)

Why will natural gas play an increasingly important part in the world’s energy future?

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Lessons from the Industrial Revolution

What can today’s economists learn from new data on England’s Industrial Revolution?

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