Access to reliable energy is critical for economic growth. But at the same time, the world’s energy choices are leading to levels of pollution that are substantially shortening people’s lives and causing climate change. The energy challenge requires identifying solutions to these problems of access to inexpensive and reliable energy, while limiting environmental damage and guarding against disruptive climate change. In this research showcase, learn from some of the University of Chicago’s top experts about the key energy trends and market forces at play to meet this challenge.
Electrifying Adventures In Deregulation
Steve Cicala, Assistant Professor, Harris School of Public Policy
Do Terms In Oil And Gas Lease Contracts Affect Shale Oil And Gas Development?
Ryan Kellogg, Professor, Harris School of Public Policy
Hot, Flat and Boring: Life Under Climate Change
Liz Moyer, Associate Professor, Atmospheric Science, Department of Geophysical Sciences