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July 5, 2022

Climate Change
TPI Presents: The World’s First Energy Crisis, From The Foreign Affairs Interview

The President’s Inbox is pleased to present an episode from Foreign Affairs’ new podcast, The Foreign Affairs Interview. In this episode, Jason Bordoff, co-founding dean of the Columbia Climate Schoo…

Podcast Gas prices are advertised at Chevron station in Los Angeles

June 7, 2022

Energy and Environment
Renewing America Series: Rethinking the U.S. Approach to Energy

Our panelists discussed the U.S. approach to energy, from foreign oil dependence to the transition to and consideration of other energy sources, and climate concerns. With its Renewing America ini…

Play An array of electricity producing wind turbines in California

June 13, 2022

United States
The Next Great Wave: Human Migration and Climate Change

Our panelists discuss the implications of climate change for global governance, mass migration within and between nations and regions, and U.S. national security. The Silberstein Family Annual Lec…

Play A small lake drying up in Madagascar in 2022

July 5, 2022

Energy and Climate Policy
How Does the U.S. Power Grid Work?

Responsible for powering the country and its economy, the U.S. energy grid has come under increasing strain due to climate change, and the threat of cyberattacks looms.  

Power lines are seen in Rancho Cucamonga, California.

July 5, 2022

Nigeria
Nigeria Security Tracker Weekly Update: June 25-30

This update represents violence in Nigeria and related to Boko Haram in Cameroon, Chad, and Niger from June 25 to June 30, 2022.

Map of Nigeria shaded in red to reflect Nigeria Security Tracker-documented deaths per state. Borno state, the northeastern-most state, is dark red, while the rest of the country are shades of pink. Regions of Cameroon, Chad, and Niger that have experienced Boko Haram-related violence are also shaded.

June 14, 2022

Energy and Environment
Global Energy Tracker

As the effects of climate change mount, high-carbon energy sources continue to provide most of the world’s power. On average, 83 percent of tracker countries’ energy comes from high-carbon sources su…

June 22, 2022

Russia
Renewing America’s Leadership in the Global Civil Nuclear Energy Market

The U.S. government should streamline U.S. nuclear export licensing procedures and improve financing options to revive American leadership in the global nuclear energy market.

Cooling towers and smoke stacks are seen at the coal powered Pocerady power station near Louny

May 16, 2022

Japan
Japan Turns Its Attention to Economic Security

Japan's Economic Security Legislation has been passed.

Japan’s flag at a steel plant at Keihin industrial zone. Panasonic Corp's lithium-ion batteries displayed at the Panasonic Center. Japan's flag in front of a commercial construction site. Mock of lithium-ion battery displayed at Asahi Kasei Corporation.

May 24, 2022

Climate Change
Solar Reflection and Reducing Climate Risk

Stewart M. Patrick, the James H. Binger senior fellow in global governance and director of the International Institutions and Global Governance Program at CFR, explains climate intervention technique…

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June 27, 2022

Nigeria
Nigeria Security Tracker Weekly Update: June 18-24

This update represents violence in Nigeria and related to Boko Haram in Cameroon, Chad, and Niger from June 18 to June 24, 2022. 

Map of Nigeria shaded in red to reflect Nigeria Security Tracker-documented deaths per state. Borno state, the northeastern-most state, is dark red, while the rest of the country are shades of pink. Regions of Cameroon, Chad, and Niger that have experienced Boko Haram-related violence are also shaded.