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Political Cross Currents in the Electricity Sector October 2017 - The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission faces increasing and conflicting pressures from both States and the Department of Energy to intervene in the federal wholesale electricity markets that FERC administers. In this primer, Guarini Center fellow Peter S. Ross provides a brief overview of those political forces and the legal framework in which they operate. The […]
Act Locally, Link Globally: Overcoming Obstacles to a Joint RGGI-WCI Market September 2017 - In this new Working Paper, Guarini Center fellow Augusta C. Wilson examines opportunities and obstacles to creating a joint RGGI-WCI carbon market. Read the paper here.
Expanding Green Roofs in New York City: Insights from the City of Copenhagen May 2017 - In New York City, rooftops are a vastly underutilized resource. Occupying thirty times the land area of Central Park, many rooftops in NYC sit empty and unused. On April 20th, 2017, the Guarini Center on Environmental, Energy and Land Use Law convened a panel discussion in collaboration with Danish Cleantech Hub to discuss how New […]
Taxi Regulation in the Age of Uber May 2017 - Uber and other apps for e-hailing taxis have transformed the taxi business in recent years. However, to date, U.S. regulators have not been especially innovative in responding to the emergence of Uber and the other apps. This article analyzes what taxi regulators should be doing in the age of taxi apps, for both e-hailed taxis […]
March 2017: Building blocks: a strategy for near-term climate action March 2017 - Authors: Richard Stewart, Michael Oppenheimer and Bryce Rudyk The Paris Agreement cemented a new framework for global climate policy based on the voluntary and non-legally binding emission reduction actions by both developed and developing countries. The building blocks strategy for climate action discussed in this Special Issue is well adapted to and strongly complements this […]