All in all, our trip to the COP was a big success for sharing our research results with experts, policy-makers, and funders and for making new connections.
Applications are invited from candidates with a Master’s or higher degree who also have experience conducting academic fieldwork and/or professional experience related to the research topics described below, and demonstrated fluency in French.
We are pleased to announce two new post-doctoral research fellowship positions in our Climate Policy Lab.
Today in Bonn at COP23, Climate Policy Lab released a new study, Carbon Pricing in Practice: A Review of the Evidence. For policymakers who want to understand how carbon pricing works in practice, this report provides a detailed review of 8 emissions trading systems (ETS), 5 carbon tax instruments, and 2 hybrid regimes that mix both ETS and taxes within one jurisdiction.
Less than three miles southeast of Fletcher in bordering Somerville, MA sits Greentown Labs—the largest cleantech incubator in the United States—where more than 50 cleantech startup companies, mostly in the hardware segment, hone their ideas, prototypes, and business models as they seek customers and funding.
In an agreement where every country makes its own pledge, how do you increase ambition by increasing collaboration between countries? One of the answers provided by the Paris Agreement is in Article 6 (international cooperative approaches).
This summer, Climate Policy Lab (CPL) director Kelly Gallagher, and research fellows Zdenka Myslikova and Fang Zhang, attended the eighth Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM8) and the second Mission Innovation Summit (MI2), held in Beijing on June 6-8th.
Over the last three weeks, I have been meeting with officials and experts to discuss climate finance in Bangladesh. In this brief blog post, I will provide a brief snapshot of the recent developments that have been taking place.