Energy, the Environment and Climate Change are existential issues for the 21st century. Solutions begin with policy changes to correct incentives, encourage new technologies, and create sustainable systems.
Addresses important policy issues affecting the regulation of financial markets, transportation, manufacturing, the environment, energy and other vital aspects of the global economy.
Brings together faculty and graduate students from across Harvard University to engage in research, teaching, and outreach efforts in environmental and natural resource economics and related public policy.
A major global initiative to help identify the key design elements of a scientifically sound, economically rational, and politically pragmatic international policy architecture for global climate change.
This program has been established under the umbrella of the Harvard University Center for the Environment and has an affiliation with M-RCBG through its faculty director, David Keith. The program aims to further critical research on both the science and governance of solar geoengineering.
Provides a forum for the analysis and discussion of important policy issues regarding the U.S. electricity industry.