A conversation about climate change mitigation and resilience
Prospects for US-South Korea cooperation in an era of US-China strategic competition
It’s time for an infrastructure ‘boost’: Confronting utility bill affordability during the COVID-19 recession
On April 22, Samantha Gross discusses approaches for decarbonizing heavy transport and industry sectors of the economy at the 2021 Freedman Lecture hosted by the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
On March 19, 2021, Samantha Gross joined The LA World Affairs Council for a discussion on climate policy, domestic challenges, and geopolitical strategy.
On March 18-19, Samantha Gross spoke during the Energy Transitions 2021 conference hosted by Chatham House.
[On managing local and state opposition to the Biden Administration's goal of 100% carbon-free electricity nationwide by 2035] Given that we are going to have to build a lot of renewable generation and transmission, we need to think about how to get the public onboard — these concerns aren’t going to go away on their own.
[On the bump in crude prices] Is demand coming back for sure? Are the lockdowns lifting for good? With all these new [coronavirus] variants, who knows how long we are going to be in it? ... The deep freeze in Texas took some oil off the market, and that lost production propped up Brent prices at least in the short term ... Clearly they all want to bring back output, but the biggest question is how much of the coronavirus is behind us and that's hard to say. We're not out of it yet.