Heine Breaks Down Effects of War in Ukraine on Energy Policy
In his remarks, Heine elaborates on the effects of the war in Ukraine on energy policy and the energy transition, as well as on the broader effects of trying to make the war in Ukraine a global war.
Selin Co-Authors Article on Human–Technical–Environmental Systems Framework
In their analysis, Professors Henrik and Noelle Selin found that “further application of the HTE framework and the identification of insights can help develop systems-oriented analysis, and inform societal efforts to advance sustainability, as well as contribute to the formulation of empirically grounded middle-range theories related to sustainability systems and sustainability transitions.”
Gallagher and Kozul-Wright Discuss Inequality and Climate Change
Professor Gallagher and Richard Kozul-Wright discuss the findings of their latest book – “The Case for a New Bretton Woods‘ – and the need to reform the international economic order to address pressing climate and development challenges.
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.
Pardee School Alumni Discusses Sustainability in BU Video
Elaine Weidman Grunewald (Pardee ’95) discussed the importance of sustainability and emerging technologies.