What David Roberts Gets Wrong about “Buying” Green Power

November 12, 2015, by Michael Gillenwater

Vox columnist David Roberts, who has spent years as an environmental blogger digging in on abstruse climate and energy issues and is one of the best of his kind on …

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Where Can I Find Carbon Management Research?

October 26, 2015, by Michael Gillenwater

It was almost 5 years ago that we launched, with the former publisher Earthscan, a unique new scholarly journal titled Greenhouse Gas Measurement & Management. Now, for those of you …

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How are Corporations Approaching Climate Adaptation?

September 15, 2015, by Aleka Seville

The science clearly shows that significant climate change impacts– such as sea level rise, increases in extreme heat and more frequent and intense storms – are already in motion due …

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The Pope and James Hansen: Are these moral and scientific tipping points?

July 27, 2015, by Don Bain

James Hansen’s Latest Paper: Ice Melt, Sea Level Rise and Superstorms As an unabashed fan, I read Dr. James Hansen’s latest paper, Ice Melt, Sea Level Rise and Superstorms: Evidence …

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The Institute’s Top 4 Most Popular Blog Posts

April 2, 2015, by Michael Gillenwater

Over the years, we have accumulated a large trove of blog posts on carbon management topics. There are four pieces that continue to demand attention and are the most visited …

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Have you fallen for the green power accounting shell game?

January 26, 2015, by Michael Gillenwater

If you are reading this blog, then you probably spend part of your time working on the issue of climate change. Don’t you sometimes just get tired? Tired of the …

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Scope 2 Corporate Accounting, Enron and Arthur Andersen – A Cautionary Tale

January 25, 2015, by Don Bain

Renewable Energy Certificates, RECs, in the voluntary green power market are not additional. They do not result in emissions reductions, as reported in rigorous, peer-reviewed research.1

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Reflections on MRV in an Era of Climate Policy Sluggishness

November 25, 2014, by Michael Gillenwater
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Does the recent U.S. election matter to climate change policy?

November 6, 2014, by Michael Gillenwater
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Debate: Does GHG software help teach users GHG management?

November 6, 2014, by Brandy Faulkner
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