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In Utah, hydrogen offers promise, but barriers remain
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Fueling a Low-carbon Future in Utah: The Role of Hydrogen

As an energy exporter with significant renewable resources and a strategic location in the west, Utah will be key to accelerating the United States’ energy transition. Recently, the state has garnered international attention for its growing role in the bourgeoning …

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The rise of carbon-based trade policy
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Nat Keohane on the Supreme Court’s decision on W.Va. v US EPA
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SEC proposed rule would mainstream climate-related risk reporting
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Comments on the proposed SEC rule on climate-related financial disclosures

C2ES supports mandatory climate-related financial risk disclosure, and believes that the proposed rule can play a vital role in helping the broader investor community gain better insights into how all publicly traded companies are managing their climate-related financial risks.   In …

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Carbon Border Adjustments: Considerations for Policymakers

Carbon border adjustments, also referred to as “carbon border adjustment mechanisms” (CBAM), are an emerging set of trade policy tools that aim to prevent carbon-intensive economic activity from moving out of jurisdictions with relatively stringent climate policies and into those …

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The focus on loss and damage will only increase
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Latest UN climate talks must make progress on Glasgow mandates to ‘keep 1.5 alive’
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Loss and Damage: Issues and Options for COP27

To respond to the urgency of enhancing understanding, action, and support necessary to meet the extreme challenges of climate change, Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) need to accelerate action and support for loss and …

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