1 Gigaton Coalition Releases Second Report

Data-Driven Yale, partnering with UNEP, REN-21, and the New Climate Institute, co-authors report that finds renewable energy and energy efficiency projects implemented in developing countries from 2005 to 2015 will reduce annual greenhouse gas emissions by almost half a gigatonne by 2020.

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Data-Driven Yale Contributing Author to 2016 UNEP Emissions Gap Report

Director Angel Hsu contributing author to Chapter 4: Bridging the Gap – Role of Non-State Actors and Reviewer for the 2016 UNEP Emissions Gap Report.

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Opinion: Big Data has big potential for applications to climate change adaptation

In this piece, Angel Hsu and co-authors examine how “big data” can inform adaptation research and decision-making and outline what’s needed from the adaptation community to maximize this opportunity.

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Publication: Reinvigorating International Climate Policy

Angel Hsu, PhD, co-authors article, “Reinvigorating International Climate Policy:A Comprehensive Framework for Effective Nonstate Action,” in the Nov. 2015 issue of Global Policy. The article is available free until February 2016. Click here to download a copy.

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Correspondence: China Needs to Come Clean on Carbon Statistics

Angel Hsu, PhD, Kaiyang Xu, and Andrew Moffat argue that China’s lack of transparent carbon emissions data has global implications in a Nature correspondence.

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Paris climate talks need business to move beyond greenwashing

Angel Hsu, PhD, and Amy Weinfurter argue that we should welcome recent commitments by the business sector, but they now need to be converted into tangible progress.

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Angel Hsu featured guest on Kojo Nnamdi Show

On Sept. 15, 2015, Angel Hsu, PhD, was a featured guest on the Washington, D.C.-based Kojo Nnamdi Show on National Public Radio. Click here to listen to a recording of the program. Photo by Diego Cambiaso on Flickr.com.

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Taking Stock of Global Climate Action

Taking Stock of Global Climate Action

Climate action from cities, states and regions, businesses, investors and civil society organizations has grown rapidly. The Non-State Actor Zone for Climate Action (NAZCA), maintained and operated by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC),... read more

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