Covering international climate policy and whether countries will implement emission reduction pledges, CNBC Asia spoke with Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward.
Covering California’s cap-and-trade program and Near Zero’s report on emission trends in covered sectors, E&E News spoke with Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward.
“‘The fear of dying’ pervades Southern California’s oil-polluted enclaves,” The Center for Public Integrity
In coverage of California’s climate and air pollution policies, The Center for Public Integrity spoke with Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward.
In coverage of the California Air Resources Board and the distribution of cap-and-trade allowances to industry, CALmatters referenced analysis by Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward.
“California cap-and-trade program gets a shot in the arm with strong permit auction results,” LA Times
State regulators should take steps to ensure they’re auctioning the right number of permits because making too many available could allow too many emissions. Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward, commenting on California’s cap-and-trade program.
How cap-and-trade gets implemented will help determine whether the state has a shot at reaching its 2030 climate targets “an ambitious accomplishment that most people believe (the cap-and-trade extension) has just delivered,” Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward says.
“California Gov. Jerry Brown Is Backing a Climate Bill Full of Giveaways to Polluters,” In These Times
“[W]hat you see in AB 398 is a compromise directed at bringing industry on board,” Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward says, commenting on California’s new climate bill, AB 398.
“The challenge is how do you make these initial impressions last? How do you make these efforts sustain and build into real policy actions that build over time?” Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward says, commenting on the new America’s Pledge initiative.
“The biggest winners of this proposal are the oil industry, by and large,” Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward says, commenting on allowance of free emissions permits
The Trump administration may try to undermine climate action by undermining calculations of social cost of carbon, says an MIT Technology Review article, quoting Near Zero’s Danny Cullenward