Beryl Ajwang

Beryl is a Research Analyst within the WRI Africa Energy Access Program. In this role, Beryl supports research on energy financing and access in the

Priyanka Roche

Priyanka Roche is a Research Assistant, U.S. Energy Program, at the World Resources Institute, and works on multiple projects that focus on driving a smooth

Shashi Shekhar

Shashi Shekar is a Senior Fellow with the Energy program at World Resources Institute, India. Shashi Shekhar graduated in geology from Patna University. He joined

Powering China with Clean Energy After COVID-19

Powering China with Clean Energy After COVID-19 Comments|Add Comment|PrintRooftop solar panels in Kunming, China. Photo by Matthijs Koster/Flickr Following the outbreak of the new coronavirus (COVID-19),

Lesly Calle

Lesly is a Carbon Pricing Research intern for the US Climate team at WRI. Lesly Calle is a fourth-year undergraduate student at the City College of New York and a Macaulay Honors University Scholar. She is pursuing a major in Economics with a minor in Public Policy and is interested in environmental policy and social […]

Haley Leslie-Bole

Haley is an intern with US Climate and Carbon removal teams working to assist states in scaling up natural climate solutions. Haley holds a Masters from the Yale School of the Environment with a focus on environmental policy and environmental justice and a BA from Colorado College. Previously she has worked as an environmental educator […]

America’s New Climate Economy: A Comprehensive Guide to the Economic Benefits of Climate Policy in the United States

Working Paper This working paper draws on the latest economic research to demonstrate how climate policy and investments in low-carbon infrastructure can reboot America’s economy and set it up for long-term success. Decarbonization can benefit U.S. economic output, jobs, manufacturing, rural communities, and consumers. New Climate EconomyClimateWRI United StatesEconomicsCreative Commons File Download 3.6 MB / pdf Devashree Saha66 This […]