Deborah Gordon provides commentary in this article, stating, "It would be a mistake to think oil demand won't rise again...A rebound would help stoke consumption of carbon intense crudes such as those produced from the oil sands."
Jeff D. Colgan and Jan B. Stockbruegger co-wrote a chapter in The Oxford Handbook of Energy Politics entitled, "Energy and International Conflict" which reviews the ways in which energy has contributed to modern international wars and conflicts.
Jeff Cogan provided commentary in this article, which also cites the Climate Solutions Lab at Watson: "There's so much that a federal government can do on climate change across the various agencies, not just at the state department, or the Treasury or the Environmental Protection Agency, or the Federal Reserve, at all of them...We should not forget how powerful the president can be."
Rose McDermott is quoted and cited in this article, which focuses on her argument that the advent of computers, the internet and social media have yielded massive change in the design and execution of certain types of large field experiments.
This article cites the Climate Solutions Lab report, outlined by Jeff Colgan, which lays out a series of steps that include creating a "climate club" of countries that volunteer to reduce emissions by agreeing to set a minimum price on carbon and penalize high-emitting countries through trade measures such as tariffs.
In this article, Jeff Colgan references his recently released climate report, including a call to action for the next administration to create a "climate club" with the EU and China that would include carbon adjustments on all their borders.