Covering California’s cap-and-trade program and the risks of market oversupply, CALmatters spoke with Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward.
“Full regionalization isn’t ‘strictly necessary to do most of the things that people advocate for,’ said Danny Cullenward, a research associate at the think tank Near Zero who has been studying the issue. ‘The notion that there’s one true path, I think, is deeply misguided.'”
When California imports electricity from other states, sometimes it involves “resource shuffling” that does not actually lead to lower greenhouse gas emissions, said Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward.
“Climate change policy is proving difficult to enact even in liberal states with Democratic control,” The Intercept
Covering climate policy in Washington state and beyond, The Intercept spoke with Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward.
Covering carbon pricing programs in California and New England and their role in cutting greenhouse gas emissions, Utility Dive spoke with Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward.
Covering California’s plan for meeting its ambitious greenhouse gas emission reduction target for 2030 and the large role for cap-and-trade, E&E News spoke with Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward.
Covering international climate policy and climate finance, CNBC Asia spoke with Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward.
Covering carbon pricing initiatives around the US, MIT Technology Review spoke with Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward and referenced Near Zero’s recent work on California emission trends in sectors covered by the cap-and-trade system.
Covering California emission trends in sectors covered by the cap-and-trade system and the role of climate policies and other factors, CALmatters spoke with Near Zero about their recent work on this topic.
“Emissions have fallen pretty quickly and that’s good news. But a lot of people are saying, ‘See, the cap and trade program is working,’ and our analysis shows that it’s too soon to say that.” Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward, speaking with Capital & Main.
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