Energy and Climate Change
Energy and Climate Change
- NewsletterMar 19, 2015
The Philippine National Police’s Special Action Force launched a raid on January 25 in Mamasapano on the southern island of Mindanao that killed wanted terrorist Zulkifli bin Hir, known as Marwan, but at the cost of 44 police commandos’ lives.
- A Stronger Partnership: Recommendations for U.S.-ROK Civil Nuclear Cooperation and the 123 NegotiationsNewsletterMar 17, 2015
For the past four years, the CSIS Korea Chair has organized a small project on U.S.-ROK alliance issues, including the 123 negotiations. Stakeholder meetings took place at CSIS offices in DC, involving experts, U.S. officials, and former officials that aimed at understanding the negotiating positions of both sides and the potential “win-sets” that were available.
- ReportMar 11, 2015
During the last decade, sub-Saharan Africa enjoyed unprecedented rates of economic growth, with new technologies, better governance, and increasing investment flows creating new opportunities for innovation and economic and human development.
- ReportBy Sharon Squassoni, Kelsey Hartigan, Corey Hinderstein, and Andrew NewmanMar 11, 2015In the past decade, a resurgence of enthusiasm for nuclear power has rekindled interest in efforts to manage the fuel cycle.Southeast Asia from Scott Circle: Washington Prepares to Welcome New Indonesian President, with Some CautionNewsletterBy Murray Hiebert, Phuong NguyenMar 5, 2015
Indonesians’ public discourse about their country’s international profile has shifted dramatically over the past few months.ReportBy Jennifer G. Cooke, David L. GoldwynFeb 27, 2015
New oil and gas discoveries across Africa have raised hopes among governments and citizens alike of significant investments and revenues that will drive economic growth and development well beyond the energy sector. The recent collapse of oil prices and broader uncertainty in energy markets leaves the timetable for capitalizing on these discoveries uncertain.ReportFeb 26, 2015
The North American energy landscape has shifted in significant ways. New development of abundant tight oil and unconventional natural gas resources creates an historic opportunity to enhance economic growth throughout North America and improve the region’s competitiveness in global markets.BookFeb 20, 2015
Maintaining international security and pursuing American interests is more difficult now than perhaps at any time in history. The security environment that the United States faces is more complex, dynamic, and difficult to predict. At the same time, no domestic consensus exists on the purposes of American power and how best to pursue them.CommentaryFeb 13, 2015
The recent decline in world oil prices is likely to constrain economic growth and investment in the Caspian region.
The steep decline in global oil prices has dealt a blow to earnings for many energy-exporting states, pushing their finances and investment projects over the red line.ReportBy Sarah O. Ladislaw, Michelle MeltonFeb 9, 2015
On June 2, 2014 the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released its draft Clean Power Plan (CPP), a proposed rule to regulate carbon dioxide from the nation’s existing fossil fuel-fired generation facilities. As the central pillar of the Obama Administration’s strategy for addressing climate change, the draft rule’s release was both highly anticipated and contentious.