Q: WHAT IS HARVARD DOING ABOUT ENERGY POLICY?
A: Across Harvard University, researchers and programs are working to address the grand challenge of the 21st century: to develop secure, safe, clean, and affordable sources of energy to power world economic growth for present and future generations while protecting the environment from the impacts of global climate change. This website is a resource for locating Harvard faculty, fellows, programs, events, and publications related to energy policy.
Schmalensee, Richard and Robert N. Stavins. "The Sordid History of Congressional Acceptance and Rejection of Cap-and-Trade: Implications for Climate Policy." Vox, March 7, 2013.
Aldy, Joseph. "Policy Monitor: A Preliminary Assessment of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act's Clean Energy Package." Rev Environ Econ Policy (2013) doi: 10.1093/reep/res014 First published online: January 4, 2013
Skocpol, Theda. "Naming the Problem: What It Will Take to Counter Extremism and Engage Americans in the Fight Against Global Warming." Harvard University Mimeo, January 2013. Prepared for the Symposium on "The Politics of America's Fight Against Global Warming," co-sponsored by the Columbia School of Journalism and the Scholars Strategy Network, February 14, 2013.
>Robert Stavins’s Blog: An Economic View of the EnvironmentENERGY POLICY EVENTS
>The Energy Policy Seminar Series
Monday, April 15, 12pm-1:30pm
Getting Electricity Prices Right: New Approaches to Scarcity Pricing
William W. Hogan, Raymond Plank Professor of Global Energy Policy
Bell Hall, 5th Floor, Belfer Building, HKS