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Achieving Clean Electricity Generation at Least Cost to Ratepayers by 2045

This paper explores potential strategies for achieving least-cost decarbonization by 2045, using Resources for the Future's electricity planning model. The Cooper Center researchers were responsible for reporting the modeling results and evaluating other potentially important elements of a least-cost approach to decarbonizing Virginia’s electricity sector.

Food–Energy–Water Implications of Negative Emissions Technologies s in a +1.5 °C Future

Scenarios for meeting ambitious climate targets rely on large-scale deployment of negative emissions technologies (NETs), including direct air capt

Emerging Issues in Decentralized Resource Governance

This paper is a review of some current issues in the field of environmental federalism.

The Role of Direct Air Capture and Negative Emissions Technologies...

We use the Global Change Analysis Model (GCAM) to understand the role of DACCS across all 5 SSPs for the below 2˚C and below 1.5˚C end-of-century w