Person

Sarah Ladislaw

Report

Race to the top: the case for a new U.S. international energy policy

This report recommends a new U.S. international energy policy, based on reinvesting in domestic energy competitiveness.
Briefing paper

Decarbonizing the electric power sector

This briefing argues that the dominant policy challenge facing power generators in the short term is integrating new renewable energy onto the electricity grid.
Briefing paper

Deep decarbonization pathways

Getting to net-zero emissions by 2050 requires a combination of technology and policy, and the pathway can take many forms. This brief provides several building blocks that governments are using, or are considering, to construct these pathways, but the scale of current policies is insufficient...
Briefing paper

Critical minerals and the role of U.S. mining in a low-carbon future

Critical minerals are an essential component of the transition to a low-carbon and clean energy future. This paper argues that there is no single policy solution that can address this multifaceted issue, but there is scope for bipartisan progress on incremental steps.
Report

Oil and gas industry engagement on climate change

This report explores how oil and gas companies are taking action to address climate change, how these actions fit with the overall needs of the energy transition, and whether there is more companies can do to contribute to the solution set of this problem.