Dec 17, 2015
Following the conclusion of the Paris climate talks Wilson Center Fellow Barry Rabe discusses American attitudes toward climate change.
Dec 15, 2015
Negotiations in Paris concluded successfully when a deal was reached. The Wilson Center’s Director of Population, Environmental Security, and Resilience, Roger-Mark De Souza, explains the expected impact that adoption of the global climate agreement will have on island nations and beyond.
Dec 02, 2015
With all eyes on the United Nation climate talks in Paris, one synthetic biology-based solution to climate change could be sitting in a nearby pond.
Nov 30, 2015
There are no shortages of climate change-induced nightmare scenarios in South Asia which makes the challenge all the greater for negotiators in Paris to reach a meaningful and actionable agreement.
Nov 24, 2015
Today the Wilson Center released a report from its Global Energy Forum highlighting key energy and climate trends, and advocating four points in a regional and global strategy keyed to the Middle East and the UN Climate Change Conference (COP-21) in Paris at the end of this month. Convening initially on September 21, the Global Energy Forum is led by eight national experts on energy and climate policy.
Nov 22, 2015
As world leaders gather in Paris for climate talks, expect India to play a major role in any agreement at COP21.
Oct 22, 2015
What are the implications of China’s “Cap and Trade” program announcement? Will it position China as a leader in addressing threats posed by climate change? And what impact will it have on the global debate about how we should respond to a warming planet?
Oct 08, 2015
China's march toward a low-carbon economy and establishing a global energy network will bring more opportunities than risks. The commitment of a nation-wide carbon market will make China's intentions clear to businesses and investor about its shift to a low-carbon economy.
Oct 06, 2015
Wilson Center Polar initiative Director David Biette describes the implications of Shell Oil’s decision to halt Arctic drilling. Is this a victory for environmentalists or does it have more to do with the price of oil?
Oct 06, 2015
Even with efforts to address the effects of climate change gaining momentum, it will take innovative approaches to address various goals being established by a variety of countries. One such idea is the use of microalgae as a feed source for livestock. Brian Walsh believes that replacing current feed crops with algae could yield big results toward providing a solution to climate change. In fact, his research indicates a potential for reducing atmospheric carbon concentrates to preindustrial levels by the end of the century.