Najam Interviewed on Global Climate Politics and Negotiations
Given that climate impacts in vulnerable countries are becoming much more visible and severe, Professor Najam argues that an increase in demands for climate justice from low- and middle-income countries is to be expected.
Gallagher Co-Authors Paper on Multilateral Financing of Power Development
Professor Gallagher and co-authors’ study illuminates the key role of bilateral financing in filling the infrastructure financing gap and supporting power capacity expansions in developing countries.
Pardee Center Hosts Conference on Carbon Pricing
The Pardee Center’s two day conference was composed of panels and keynote addresses exploring the future of carbon pricing.
Selin Co-Authors Article on Emissions from International Shipping
Authors discuss emission allocation from the international shipping industry, which produces more CO2 emissions than the seventh largest emitting country.
Selin in The Conversation on CO2 Emissions and Cargo Ships
Prof. Henrik Selin co-wrote an Op-Ed examining carbon emissions from the cargo ships used in international shipping.