Judy Woodruff interviews Professor Stavins on the PBS NewsHour, on April 15, 2014, regarding the report just released in Berlin, Germany, of Working Group III
of the Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), and political obstacles in the United States to effective climate policies.
Professor Stavins is interviewed by Faculti, a research video platform that engages with the academic and professional research community, January, 2014. The
topic is linkage among cap-and-trade systems as part of the Durban Platform for Enhanced Action under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change.
Judy Woodruff interviews Professor Stavins on the PBS NewsHour, on November 27, 2013, regarding the completed international climate change policy negotiations
in Warsaw, Poland. Did the Warsaw conference put world on track towards a 'new global climate regime'?
Frank Beckmann interviews Professor Stavins on The Frank Beckmann Show, News/Talk 760 AM WJR Detroit, on May 1, 2014, regarding the recently released IPCC reports
and the government approval process.
Professor Stavins and Professor Rohini Pande conduct a session on environmental economics and climate change policy, May 15, 2014, at the Harvard Kennedy School, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Professor Stavins delivers the June and Edgar Martin Memorial Lecture as the culmination of his four days at the 2014 Miller Upton Scholar at Beloit College, November 7, 2014. Program begins
at 4m 40s; Professor Stavins is introduced by Professor Warren Palmer of Beloit College at 9m 30s.
Professor Stavins responds to four panelists on the topic of energy efficiency and climate change at a panel discussion that is part of the 7th Annual Miller Upton Forum, for which Professor Stavins
was the 2014 Miller Upton Scholar. Professor Stavins’ response to the panel begins at 1h 18m.
Professor Stavins responds to four panelists on the topic of renewable energy and climate change at a panel discussion that is part of the 7th Annual Miller Upton Forum, for which Professor Stavins
was the 2014 Miller Upton Scholar. Professor Stavins’ response to the panel begins at 1h 45m.
Betsy Rosenberg interviews Professor Stavins on The Green Front, on December 4, 2013, regarding the international climate change policy negotiations
in Warsaw, Poland. Professor Stavins expresses some cautious optimism.
Professor Stavins explains the background of the international climate change policy negotiations taking place in Warsaw, Poland, in November, 2013,
their significance, and the path ahead. As director of the Harvard Project on Climate Agreements, he also describes the activities of the Project at the meetings in Warsaw.
Professor Stavins describes the key take-away points in an interview following his keynote address at a Conference on Protecting Critical Infrastructure in Urban Areas, held
at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York in Manhattan on November 1, 2013.
Professor Stavins is interviewed by the 92nd Street Y’s (New York) “Campaign for the American Conversation” about Economics and the Environment.
Professor Stavins explains why he owes his career path — from student to Peace Corps volunteer to environmental economist — to President John F. Kennedy’s inaugural speech.
Professor Stavins introduces the second book of his collected works, published by Edward Elgar Ltd, featuring articles from the period 2000 to 2011.
Professor Stavins delivers the annual Calderwood Lecture in Economics at Wellesley College on “Beyond Kyoto: An Economic Perspective on Climate Change Policy.”
The introduction is provided by Professor Phillip Levine, Chairman of the Department of Economics.
Professor Stavins delivers keynote address at the Institute of International and European Affairs on September 16, 2011. With preparations underway for the
next round of climate negotiations in Durban, South Africa, Stavins discussed the prospects for the negotiations, the future of climate action beyond the Kyoto
Protocol, which expires in 2012, and the economics of climate change policy.
Professor Stavins talks about the future of the Harvard Kennedy School, as part of HKS75, a yearlong celebration of the School’s 75th anniversary.
Professor Stavins introduces the Sixth Edition of Economics of the Environment: Selected Readings, published in 2012 by W. W. Norton & Company.
Professor Stavins describes this international initiative which features 40 research projects around the world plus intensive interactions with national governments, NGOs, and private industry.
Professor Stavins makes a presentation on “Winning Strategies for Ticket Pricing: What Secondary Market Data Do – and Do Not – Tell You,” at the MIT Sloan
Sports Analytics Conference, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on March 3, 2012.
Professor Stavins is interviewed at the Inter-American Development Bank in Washington, D.C., on July 31, 2012.
Professor Stavins presents a paper co-authored with Professor Richard Schmalensee (MIT) on four ironies about the SO2 allowance trading system, at the
Regulatory Policy Seminar Series, at the Harvard Kennedy School, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on September 13, 2012.
Professor Stavins speaks on a panel at Columbia Law School in New York City on the role of sub-national policy instruments for a global commons problem, on October 22, 2012.
Professor Stavins and Professor Robert Hahn (University of Oxford) make a presentation at the University of Chicago on December 4, 2009, at a conference,
“Markets, Firms, and Property Rights: A Celebration of the Research of Ronald Coase.”
Professor Stavins makes a presentation at a University of California conference in Sacramento on California’s Climate Change Policy: Economic and
Environmental Impacts of AB 32 on October 4, 2010.
Professor Stavins participates in an event sponsored by the Institute of Ethics and Public Affairs at San Diego State University, “After Kyoto I: The Moral
and Policy Considerations of Climate Change,” on May 3, 2012.
Professor Stavins moderates discussion and responds when European Commissioner Connie Hedegaard spoke at the Harvard Kennedy School on Monday,
September 20, 2010, on "Europe's View on International Climate Policy." Session is introduced by HKS Professor William Hogan.
Professor Stavins delivers an address on October 14, 2011, at a conference on “Free Market Solutions to Today’s Toughest Problems” at the William J. O’Neil Center for
Global Markets and Freedom, Edwin L. Cox School of Business, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas.
Professor Stavins delivers address
on “International Climate Policy:
Trade-Offs of Performance, Efficiency, & Equity” in the Geneva
Dialogue Series on Justice and
Environment in Geneva, Switzerland, on November 29, 2011, sponsored by the Graduate Institute – Geneva and the United Nations Environment Program.
Professor Stavins participates in a panel of European and U.S. scholars at the Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies at Harvard University
on October 19, 2009.
Professor Stavins introduces this book co-edited with Joseph Aldy, then of Resources for the Future, published by Cambridge University Press, in the fall of 2007.
Professor Stavins critiques the Kyoto Protocol at Yale University's Croon Hall on October 16, 2009.
Professor Stavins testifies before the United Kingdom Parliament Committee on Energy and Climate Change, November 10, 2014.
Professor Stavins introduces the Fifth Edition of Economics of the Environment: Selected Readings, published in 2005 by W. W. Norton & Company.
Professor Stavins introduces this book, co-edited with Bruce Hay, Harvard Law School, and Richard Vietor, Harvard Business School, and published
Johns Hopkins University Press, in 2005.
Professor Stavins introduces this book, published by Edward Elgar in 2004.
. Professor Stavins introduces this book, published by
Resources for the Future in 2000.
Economics of the Environment: Selected Readings, Fourth Edition
Professor Stavins introduces the Fourth Edition of Economics of the Environment: Selected Readings, published in 2000 by W. W. Norton & Company.
Daniel catches a ball off the bat of Nomar Garciaparra on June 11, 2003, with Mom (Joanna) sitting next to him in the old sky boxes at Fenway Park.