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During COP27 in Egypt, the Duke University-based Energy Pathways USA project brought together corporate leaders to discuss how the private sector is doing its part to move the US economy to net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.

Duke community members, including many from the Nicholas Institute, are playing leading roles in forming global partnerships and guiding decisions on climate issues at the annual climate change conference in Egypt.

A new Duke-based endeavor—Energy Pathways USA—brings together partners across multiple industries to accelerate progress toward net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 in the US. 

In a new opinion piece for The Hill, Jackson Ewing writes that a credible foundation for decarbonizing the United States' economy by the middle of this century requires clear-eyed responses to unavoidable trade-offs.

Several Duke experts and students are in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, to take part in the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference (Nov. 6-18), also known as COP27. A Duke Today story later this week will highlight how Duke community members are engaging with this important international event. First: A primer on COP27.

World leaders will gather Nov. 6-18 in Egypt for the 27th Conference of the Parties (COP27) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Comments from Duke University experts are available for use in your coverage.

Jackson Ewing joined CGTN's "The Point" to explore Chinese policies and actions in response to climate change, which were detailed in a new white paper issued ahead of COP26.

A new report on climate change from the United Nations says the world will reach a threshold temperature earlier than expected. N.C. State Climatologist Kathie Dello and Nicholas Institute senior fellow Jackson Ewing joined Spectrum News 1's "Capital Tonight" program to discuss the implications of the report.

Duke University experts, including from the Nicholas Institute and Energy Initiative, offered comments on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's latest assessment report detailing the most recent understanding of observed changes in the world’s climate.

Nicholas Institute senior fellows Liz Losos and Jackson Ewing spoke to the South China Morning Post for an article about how environmental groups are putting a spotlight on the environmental and social impacts of Chinese-backed projects in Africa — many that are part of the Belt and Road Initiative.