How can governments create environmentally sustainable energy policies that are feasible technologically and politically? Can policymakers reconcile near term economic factors with long term environmental concerns?
Professor Robert Stavins, director of the Harvard Project on Climate Agreements, reflects on the changes in energy policy in the year following the Trump Administration’s decision to pull out of the Paris climate accords.
Professor Bill Clark outlines the scope of the challenge of ‘shifting the world’s foundations for energy choices in a more sustainable, life-friendly direction.’ In and Q-and-A with the Harvard Gazette, Clark argues that the goals are ‘feasible technologically, economically, and politically.’
Drawing on the findings of a report on the 2030 Water Resources Group published by the Corporate Responsibility Initiative, Jane Nelson and Elsa Galarza Contreras explain why the answer to water insecurity is working together.