Jun 2, 2023

Through carbon markets, corporations have a role to play in Africa’s development. They should take it seriously.

By Aubrey Rugo

By purchasing high-quality carbon credits, companies can support the sustainable growth of low- and middle-income populations in the world's fastest-growing regions.

Africa Economy & Business

Event Recap

May 9, 2023

Reimagining a way forward: Iraq’s economy and energy sector in the post-invasion era

By Amna Haider and Mahnaz Vahdati

On April 24, 2023, the Atlantic Council’s Iraq Initiative convened a hybrid panel discussion to examine Iraq’s current economic and energy landscape, and their future trajectory. The panel discussed Iraq’s significant progress in rebuilding its economy and energy sectors that have suffered since the 2003 US invasion of the country, despite facing various challenges such […]

Economy & Business Energy Markets & Governance


May 1, 2023

China’s wind industrial policy “succeeded” – but at what cost?

By Joseph Webster

China has the world's largest wind energy market in terms of generation and capacity. But China's emergence as the world's leading player in wind has been costly.

China Climate Change & Climate Action

In the News

Apr 25, 2023

Tantardini in Longitude on the geopolitics of energy.

By Atlantic Council

Marco Tantardini discusses how the evolution of energy markets is shaping world politics.

China Energy Markets & Governance

Event Recap

Apr 18, 2023

Decarbonization solutions for addressing Europe’s green industrial policy challenge 

By Transform Europe Initiative

The Atlantic Council co-hosted a high-level workshop on “Decarbonization solutions for addressing Europe’s green industrial policy challenge” in Paris with the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) and Groupe d’études geopolitiques (GEG).

Energy Markets & Governance European Union

In the News

Apr 14, 2023

Blakemore quoted in E&E News on the future of LNG with the G7

Energy Markets & Governance Energy Transitions


Apr 11, 2023

Ukraine’s energy sector survives winter

By Suriya Evans-Pritchard Jayanti

Vladimir Putin's winter bombing campaign targeting Ukraine's civilian infrastructure failed to achieve its goal of breaking Ukrainian resistance and freezing the country into submission, writes Suriya Evans-Pritchard Jayanti.

Conflict Energy Markets & Governance

In the News

Apr 6, 2023

Wald in The Hill: Stopping America’s LNG exports would hurt producers and send Beijing to Russia’s doorstep

China Energy & Environment

In the News

Apr 5, 2023

Webster in The Diplomat: Could the US block Russian oil exports to China? Yes, but it’s a bad idea

China East Asia

In the News

Apr 4, 2023

Wald joins NPR to discuss the cut in oil production and what it means for US-Saudi relations

Energy & Environment Energy Markets & Governance