Energy & climate

Ask CER - Episode 2: Europe's climate challenges, the EU's recovery fund, and the latest on Nord Stream 2

12 November 2021
You asked, we answered: the second episode of our ‘Ask CER’ podcast series.

Judy Asks: Is Europe's Energy crisis self-inflicted?

28 October 2021
Carnegie Europe
Europe is facing soaring gas prices. To avoid further crises, the EU should speed up its transition to renewables, reduce dependence on Russia, and formulate a coherent energy policy.

CER podcast: Europe's gas crisis heats up

14 October 2021
Christian Odendahl speaks to Ian Bond, Elisabetta Cornago and Zach Meyers about Europe’s current gas crisis.

CBAM: What might an EU carbon-border adjustment mechanism mean for the UK?

Sam Lowe
03 August 2021
UK in a changing Europe
The EU wants to introduce a Carbon-Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) to ensure that its efforts to combat climate change are effective, and do not just lead to European heavy industry relocating to jurisdictions with weaker climate rules.

CER podcast: The EU's climate action plan for 2030: What's inside the Fit for 55 package?

22 July 2021
Sam Lowe speaks to Elisabetta Cornago about what Fit for 55 could mean for EU and international climate action.

CER podcast: Frans Timmermans on the EU and climate

25 June 2021
John Springford discusses Frans Timmermans' remarks at a recent CER event with Elisabetta Cornago.

CER podcast: How can Europe decarbonise road transport without sparking backlash?

21 May 2021
Sam Lowe discusses Europe's attempts to decarbonise road transport with Elisbetta Cornago.

Britain must find a way to be competitive while cutting carbon emissions

Sam Lowe
12 February 2021
The Times
Joe Biden’s accession to the White House and the US’s subsequent rejoining of the Paris Climate Agreement has given the international effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions a significant boost.