Ned Helme, president of CCAP, pushes for the EPA to issue standards in early 2014 in order to give the states enough time and to see results quickly in an op ed featured in The Hill. An accelerated timeline, combined with flexibility involving CHP and natural gas, the U.S. has a shot at assuming a leadership role in combating global climate change. continue reading »
CCAP President Ned Helme makes the case for the EPA to stick to a quick timetable for finalizing emissions regulations for existing power plants. He stressed the importance of finalizing state implementation plans before the turnover in presidential administrations. continue reading »
In an interview with E&E TV, CCAP President Ned Helme discusses what he anticipates for meeting outcomes and highlights who he believes are the key players for financing climate change mitigation actions. He also discusses the future of the Clean Development Mechanism.
CCAP President Ned Helme presented at the international NAMA finance workshop organized by the Nordic Environment Finance Corporation.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Announces the Climate And Clean Air Initiative to Reduce Short-lived Climate Pollutants
As climate talks begin at COP17 in Durban, South Africa, Ned Helme discusses the importance for “bottom-up” strategies as a means for emissions reductions in developing countries.
Ned Helme explains why he believes negotiators should shift their focus to more achievable goals. He also highlights progress made among developing nations to meet climate change goals.
Transportation Policy Analyst Chuck Kooshian discusses the new report Growing Wealthier that outlines ways to efficiently develop urban areas and grow the economy. Kooshian also explains the economic benefits of making cities walkable.
CCAP President Ned Helme shares his outlook on COP16 in Mexico, in comparison with the 2009 talks in Copenhagen.
After addressing the United Nations on climate change, President Obama aimed to add momentum to the international climate negotiations ahead of the Copenhagen meeting. In an E&E TV interview, CCAP President Ned Helme gives his take on the U.N. special session on climate change. He also discusses Obama's speech and talks about China's changing role in the negotiations. continue reading »
Focusing on the deployment of clean technology could be a more realistic approach to cutting greenhouse gas emissions than setting emissions targets for China and other developing countries, researchers at the Center for Clean Air Policy (CCAP) say in a new report.