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CSM Launches New Policy Institute

CSM unveils new Earth Resources Institute (ERI) to inform and shape sound public policy on earth resources, energy, and the environment.

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Determining the success of carbon capture and storage projects

Ian Lange and Dominique Thronicker (University of Stirling) evaluate which economic and technical characteristics of carbon capture and storage projects lead to their successful operation.

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Climate Policy and Competitiveness:

Policy Guidance and Quantitative Evidence

Jared Carbone and Nicholas Rivers (Univeristy of Ottawa) discuss ways to anchor the concept of competitiveness in economic analysis and relate it to climate change policy.

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Optimal Resilient Power Grid Operation During Wildfire

Steffen Rebennack (CSM) and Salman Mohagheghi (CSM) propose a stochastic optimization model for optimal grid operation during wildfires.

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ERI Distinguished Lecturer

Confronting Climate Change: Economics, Fairness, and Political Feasibility

Lawrence H. Goulder is the Shuzo Nishihara Professor in Environmental and Resource Economics at Stanford and Director of the Stanford Environmental and Energy Policy Analysis Center. Read more

Welcome to MInes Division of Economics & Business

Upcoming Events

Executive in Residence
Leadership Development Plan: John Bedker will lead a discussion of leadership core competencies and students will have the opportunity to build a Leadership Development Plan.Read More
Brown Bag Lunch
Deanna Stock and Ian Lange, CSM. 12:15-1:15PM EH 211.
ERI Distinguished Lecturer

Lawrence Goulder, Stanford University on "Confronting Climate Change: Economics, Fairness, and Political Feasibility" Read More

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