On April 7th, a group of 24 Energy Ministers met in Abu Dhabi for the 2nd Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM). The group represented the governments of countries collectively responsible for over 80% of global energy consumption, and together they agreed to increase efforts to deploy carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS) on a commercial scale worldwide.
WRI's response to the Bingaman-Murkowski White Paper on the design of a clean energy standard in the United States.
S.699 authorizes the Department of Energy to conduct a program to demonstrate commercial application of integrated geologic storage projects, and provides a framework for selection criteria for these
Supporting Low Carbon Development with Climate Finance
This paper was prepared as a conference paper for the New York University / United Arab Emirates Ministry of Foreign Affairs Workshop on Climate Finance hosted in Abu Dhabi on January 22-23, 2011.
Jennifer Morgan and our team of climate experts look back on the keys to progress in Cancun, and analyze the major decisions.
An overview of China’s evolving domestic climate policy.
Recommendations for Addressing Technical Issues
this policy brief provides context, concise analysis, and recommendations to Parties for addressing carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS) issues raised to date in the twin track United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and Kyoto Protocol (KP) processes.
This working paper summarizes country submissions to the UNFCCC on the key issues
in the international climate negotiations.
This piece originally appeared in Solutions (Volume 1: Issue 6) and is reposted with permission.
An update on UNFCCC efforts to promote technology transfer between countries.