The Emerging Leaders in Environmental and Energy Policy Network

Carbon Tax: A Bipartisan Debate

This presentation was hosted by Atlantic Council on 7 September as an ELEEP Luncheon entitled “Carbon Tax: A Bipartisan Debate” on the pros and cons of a US carbon tax in the context of the upcoming elections. The event was moderated by 2015/2016 ELEEP Fellow Sarah Hunt. Panelists included Adele Morris (Policy Director, Climate and Energy Economics, Brookings Institution), Dr.

ELEEP COP 22 Side Event

Cities play a key role in supporting implementation of the Paris Agreement by promoting the co-benefits of climate mitigation and adaptation. On 18 November 2016, the ELEEP Network network hosted an official COP 22 side event in Marrakech on the topic "Transatlantic Perspectives on Integrating Climate Mitigation and Adaptation in Cities".

ELEEP Luncheon: G7 Energy Priorities

On May 23, 2016, ELEEP hosted a luncheon discussion on “G7 Energy Priorities” with representative speakers from the Embassies of Canada, Japan, the United Kingdom, Spain, as well as the US Departments of State and Energy. The discussion was moderated by current ELEEP Fellow Catrina Rorke, Senior Fellow at the R Street institute in Washington, DC.

UNFCCC Side Event: Transatlantic Perspectives After Paris

On 23 May 2016, ELEEP hosted a UNFCCC Side Event on the topic "Transatlantic Perspectives After Paris: Carbon Markets and the linking of Emission Trading Systems".

Disruptive Oil Futures – Decarbonisation Dynamics after the Paris Climate Summit

Supply-side factors are key to explaining the dramatic fall of oil prices from over $100 per barrel since late 2013 that have eaten into the profits of oil companies.


Cities are at the forefront of the global carbon revolution, breaking established structures and creating new models for integrated systems. Together with the EU research project Post-Carbon Cities of Tomorrow (POCACITO), ELEEP co-hosted an official side-event at COP21 in Paris to discuss the role cities play as catalysts in the global transformation to a post-carbon society.

ELEEP Climate Talk: What to expect from COP21

What can we expect to come from the much anticipated COP21 in Paris, convening in just a couple weeks time? While it will not be the panacea many hope for, do we have reason to be optimistic? Will it usher in a new era of truly global climate action?

ELEEP Lunch Presentation with Dr. Stephanie Ropenus on the Danish ”Grøn omstilling”

On 25 September 2015, ELEEP co-organized a lunch discussion with Dr. Stephanie Ropenus from Agora Energiewende on Lessons from Denmark for the German Energy Transition at Ecologic Institute.

Which Little Piggies Go To Market? Environmental Policy Incentives in Costa Rican Pig Production

As part of our continued effort to expand and enrich the dialogue surrounding the environment and energy policies, Ecologic Institute US and the Emerging Leaders in Environmental and Energy Policy Network (ELEEP) hosted a lunch and discussion on Climate Change Policy and Livestock Production in Latin America with Leah Germer, alumna of Ecologic Ins

Tackling Energy Behaviours: Insights from Developing Country Firms and Households - Brown Bag Lunch with Aurelia Figueroa

On February 27th, ELEEP-member Aurelia Figueroa of the German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut fuer Entwicklungspolitik (DIE) presented the results of a German Federal Ministry of Economic Co-operation and Development (BMZ) funded project entitled "Managing the Transition to Sustainable and Inclusive Energy System" at the Ecologic Institute in Berlin.