EI’s Sarah Spengeman explains the promise of agrivoltaics, the process of generating solar power in conjunction with agricultural practices.
EI’s Sara Baldwin explains why clean energy and climate action are not to blame for this winter’s high natural gas prices, and in fact, the Build Back Better Act’s electrification policies would protect consumers from future price shocks.
EI’s Olivia Ashmoore discusses new modeling that shows decarbonization policies would have strong benefits for Louisiana’s economy, public health, and environment.
EI’s Silvio Marcacci talks with venture capitalist and climate advocate John Doerr about his new book Speed & Scale, which examines what needs to be done to reach net-zero emissions by 2050.
Methane Fee In Build Back Better Act Would Add $250 Billion To U.S. Economy, Cut Dangerous Climate Pollution
EI’s Sarah Spengeman explains the Build Back Better Act’s methane fee would provide a significant economic jolt while dramatically reducing a potent greenhouse gas.
EI’s Megan Mahajan explains why the current set of climate policies in the Build Back Better Act are unprecedented in U.S. federal policy.
To ensure a safe, healthy world for generations to come, policymakers must accompany their ambitious targets with the concrete programs, technical support, and dedicated financing necessary to design and implement smart climate policy, with a keen focus on supporting major developing countries decarbonize.
Opinion: Colorado Has A Strong Vision For Electric Vehicles. It Needs Stronger Policies To Achieve That Vision
EI’s Silvio Marcacci explains what’s needed to achieve Colorado’s vision for a state that runs on emission-free transport.
EI’s Anand Gopal explains how policies to scale alternative meats could reduce global greenhouse gas emissions by 8 metric gigatons per year and are key to achieving the Paris Agreement goals.
EI’s Sarah Spengeman and AGCI’s Emily Jack-Scott explain new research showing how megafires are projected to result in the conversion of forest ecosystems and why forest management strategies must adapt to reduce the intensity of fires and better protect forests.