Energy and environmental issues, including climate change, are central to many of the strategic challenges facing the United States and the world. Brookings experts are developing effective, pragmatic policies for addressing national and global energy and environmental issues.
Environmental Regulation ›
May 17, 2013, Adele Morris
Natural Disasters ›
May 2013, Jibum Chung
Clean Energy ›
May 6, 2013, Scott Andes and Mark Muro
Energy and Climate
2012, Jane McAdam
Industry's Role in Safeguarding a Nuclear Renaissance
2011, Charles K. Ebinger and John P. Banks, eds.
Cooperation or Conflict?
2011, Charles K. Ebinger
Lessons from the U.S. Gulf Coast after Katrina and Rita
2011, Allison Plyer, Amy Liu, Richard M. Mizelle Jr. and Roland V. Anglin, eds.
Ethics and Politics in the Age of Global Warming,<br>Revised edition
2011, William J. Antholis and Strobe Talbott
Addressing Climate Change in America
2010, Barry Rabe, ed.
Economics, Politics, Strategies, and Implications
2009, Carlos Pascual and Jonathan Elkind, eds.
Brookings Trade Forum 2008/2009
2009, Isaac Sorkin and Lael Brainard, eds.
Understanding Brazil's Changing Role in the Global Economy
2009, Lael Brainard and Leonardo Martinez-Diaz, eds.
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