Energy News

The Diplomat Reported CEF Coal Cap Meeting

Dec 15, 2014
The Diplomat reported CEF event on Capping China’s Coal on November 24th.

Confronting Challenges to North America's Energy Future

Dec 12, 2014
North America is fast becoming the epicenter of a transformation in global energy. But despite North America's huge energy potential, the United States, Mexico, and Canada all face serious obstacles in getting their energy resources to market. As the North American energy ministers meet in Washington, DC on December 15, 2014, Mexico Institute Director Duncan Wood and Rachel Bronson analyze North America's energy future.
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The U.S. Shale Gas Revolution: Consequences and Opportunities for Korea and Asia

Dec 11, 2014
This essay addresses the U.S. shale revolution, the consequences for Korea in the Asian regional context, and energy opportunities in the pending negotiations for a Trans-Pacific Partnership.

CEF Coal Meeting Quoted in Scientific American's Op-ed

Dec 04, 2014
Scientific America quoted CEF November 30th meeting, "Capping China’s Coal" in an op-ed titled "Can China Cut Coal".
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Is North America’s Energy Boom a Global Game Changer?

Nov 26, 2014
Increases in energy production in Canada and the U.S., combined with promising reforms in Mexico, are creating what some describe as a “North American energy renaissance.” The world’s energy equation is changing, with more developments on the way. What are the implications of traditional energy producers becoming consumers and consumers becoming producers? That’s the focus of this edition of REWIND.
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Mexico’s Energy Reforms: A Progress Report

Nov 25, 2014
Mexico is attempting to turn one of the world’s most closed energy programs into one of its most open. Is transformational change possible? And if success is achieved, what are the implications for Mexico, its neighbors, and the world? Duncan Wood is an expert on energy issues and also serves as Director of the Wilson Center’s Mexico Institute. He provides insight and analysis during this edition of Wilson Center NOW.

CEF director, Jennifer Turner, was interviewed by the KCRW about Sino-US Climate Deal

Nov 18, 2014
The historic deal between the US and China promises to set the most ambitious carbon reduction standards for ever in the world’s two top green house gas emitters. In Beijing, it’s all about keeping the economy up and public discontent down. Jennifer Turner, CEF director was interviewed by KCRW radio program for the program To the Point, talking about reasons for China to make the deal and their chances to realize it.

CEF Director, Jennifer Turner, was Interviewed by the Takeaway on the historical China, US Climate Deal Made in APEC

Nov 12, 2014
CEF Director Jennifer Turner was interviewed by the national news program Takeaway on the historical US - China deal on climate change and energy cooperation, which was sealed in the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit yesterday in Beijing, China.

CEF Director Jennifer Turner talked in VOA Global on China’s Measures to Combat Smog in Beijing During APEC

Nov 11, 2014
CEF Director Jennifer Turner was interviewed by VOA Global, discussing Chinese government’s short-term measures to combat air pollution during APEC meeting in Beijing and its long-term implications.

CEF Director Jennifer Turner was Interviewed by Vice News on China’s Air Pollution from Coal-burning

Nov 11, 2014
CEF Director, Jennifer Turner was quoted in a Vice News report on coal burning’s impacts on public health in China. Turner emphasized the coal-water choke points in the world’s second largest economy and that a quarter of China's electricity, mainly generated by coal, goes to making products for export.

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