TFR 66 – Energy Security and Climate Change in the Trilateral Context

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“Energy Security and Climate Change” is the second in a series of reports on this topic that the Trilateral Commission has undertaken since 2007.  As the introduction by John Deutch, who contributed to the 2007 report, indicates, many of the assumptions and predictions of that earlier report have changed in eight years. 

The authors alone are responsible for this report’s analysis and conclusions.  They have been aided by consultations with scholars, experts and business leaders from the Trilateral countries.  Although their contributions and insights inform the contents of this report, the report’s analysis and recommendations do not necessarily reflect the individual views of those consulted.

Authors

John Deutch, Institute Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge; former Director of Central Intelligence; former Deputy Secretary of Defense, former Undersecretary of Energy
Edmond Alphandéry, Senior European Advisor, Normura Securities; Chaiman, Euro50 Group; Chairman, CEPS, Brussels
Michael Levi, David M. Rubenstein Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations; Director, CFR’s Maurice R. Greenberg Center for Geoeconomic Studies
Nobuo Tanaka, President, The Sasakawa Peace Foundation

Table of Contents

I. Introduction
  Changes in The Global Energy Outlook

II. A European Perspective
  Europe’s Energy Climate and Prospects for the Next COP21
  Energy and Climate Change Policy In the EU: Market Integration, Climate 
  Change, Security of Supply and The New International Context

III. A North American Perspective
  The Changing Face of American Energy

IV. An Asian Perspective
  Challenges to the Sustainable Energy Future: Additional Sustainability 
  Conditions for Nuclear Power

  • Topics: Energy
  • Region:  North America, Europe, Pacific Asia
  • Publisher:  The Trilateral Commission
  • Publication Date:  © 2016
  • ISBN:  ISBN: 978-0-930503-96-3
  • Pages:  110
  • Price:  $15.00 US plus shipping and handling
  • Source:  Brookings
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