The authors present a case study that considers the technological merits of methane pyrolysis while also addressing real-world implications including health and safety risks and commercial risks for introducing new carbon supply chains.
This issue brief is a preliminary paper introducing forthcoming research that will be expounded upon in future publications.
The collective trauma of the Covid-19 pandemic may provide a clearer understanding of why people use drugs — to help us see it not as a moral failing or a brain malfunction, but as a fundamentally human response to negative life events. Read more at the Baker Institute Blog.
Understanding how to interpret the signs of a child's distress as they adjust to a new way of life during Covid-19 — and how to respond appropriately — is important for a child's mental health and development.
Francisco J. Monaldi, Fellow in Latin American Energy Policy, explores three critical variables — dependence on oil revenues, fiscal outlook and the impact of low prices on future investments — that can help to identify the countries in Latin America that are most vulnerable following the recent oil price collapse. Americas Quarterly: https://bit.ly/2xibxWg
While refugees are not inherently more susceptible to the Covid-19 virus, many live in conditions that leave them highly vulnerable. This special podcast draws from an April 16 webinar hosted by the Baker Institute Roundtable. It features Kelsey Norman, Ph.D., the Kelly Day Fellow in Women’s Rights, Human Rights and Refugees. Listen to the podcast here.