Jun 28, 2021
A global carbon tax alone will not be enough to significantly reduce CO2 emissions
May 10, 2021
And electric vehicles don’t do a lot better
Feb 18, 2021
Texas’s electricity market “reforms” made the current crisis inevitable
The EU’s Green Deal: Bismarck’s ‘What Is Possible’ versus Thunberg’s ‘What Is Imperative’ in the Age of Covid-19
Apr 1, 2020
What ails the EU Green Deal is exactly what troubles the Union in general — an absence of social democracy at work
Working Paper Series
This paper considers the ambition, scale, substance and strategy of the European Union’s Green Deal
Jul 30, 2019
Economist James K. Boyce explains how to fight climate change and rising income inequality in one shot
Jul 22, 2019
The central goal of any serious climate policy is to keep fossil fuels in the ground. The central question is how.
Jun 10, 2019
How free electricity could fight climate change and inequality
Chaired by Nobel laureates Joseph Stiglitz and Michael Spence, INET has assembled a global team of leaders and scholars calling for new thinking & new rules for the world economy
Dec 5, 2018
The new IPCC Report is overly optimistic about global productivity growth and fossil fuel energy use. More dramatic, immediate action is needed
May 30, 2018
Economist James K. Boyce argues that the distribution of carbon tax revenue is just as important as the price itself
Jan 12, 2018
China is now the world’s largest greenhouse-gas emitter, accounting for over 25% of the global total. But the country has also demonstrated a growing understanding that a truly green economy promises to improve quality of life and create enormous opportunities for technological and political leadership.
Dec 14, 2017
The World Economic Roundtable seeks to help the business, investment, and policy communities understand ongoing changes in the world economy and to promote a discussion of ideas that can advance the goal of a widely shared global prosperity.
Dec 12, 2017
Two years after the 2015 Paris Agreement, where we stand today is better than you may think
Nov 30, 2017 | 04:00—05:30
A discussion with Michael Grubb, INET Grantee and Professor of Energy and Climate Change at University College of London.