It is estimated that 13 percent of the world’s undiscovered oil and 30 percent of undiscovered gas lie in the Arctic, and the vast majority of this energy is located offshore. As the Arctic changes, as ice melts and opens up new shipping lanes, and as the United States prepares to chair the Arctic Council next year, Brookings releases a new policy brief and this video on the current state of oil and gas governance in the Arctic.
On March 26, the Energy Security Initiative at Brookings will
host a discussion
to officially release the policy brief. You can attend in person or
join the conversation on Twitter using #ArcticEnergy
See previous Brookings
research on Arctic issues
[In reaction to Donald Trump Jr's tweet on air pollution and the relationship between pollution and socioeconomic status] It’s been well established that poorer folks and minority communities tend to live in areas that are more polluted. This isn't particularly new. [The tweet] contradicts what we know, and it's based in ignorance.
David G. Victor speaks on Deep Decarbonization at CERAWeek 2019.