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EU leaders have endorsed climate neutrality by 2050 but Poland remained opposed and was granted an exemption, citing mostly economic concerns in a country dominated by coal. Explore the politics behind Poland's opposition.
Through her Kleinman-Birol fellowship at the International Energy Agency, Mary Lim looked closely at Chile’s energy policies and objectives. With COP25 underway, explore how the host country is doing when it comes to their own climate targets.
Despite arguments to the contrary, we have to the tools at hand to get the job of energy transition done.
Could the U.S. introduce a national carbon tax? A variety of carbon pricing legislation has been proposed but due to partisanship none are likely to come to fruition.
Energy Week at Penn highlights the impressive energy research at Penn and demonstrates how the brightest minds can pull together to join science and policy to solve complex issues and navigate an uncertain future.
On key policy matters, FERC is voting along party lines and can’t find middle ground, says former commissioner.
Regardless of who wins, Sunday's presidential elections will have little effect on the country's growing natural gas industry.
New research tracking Wall Street’s reaction to major federal environmental policy finds that the "war on coal" never, in fact, existed.
The 2019 Nobel prize in chemistry goes to three chemists whose impact on global energy systems is only beginning to be felt.