FROM LITHIUM FOR BATTERIES TO NEODYMIUM FOR WIND TURBINES, MINED MATERIALS REMAIN ESSENTIAL TO MODERN LIFE

THE GEOPOLITICS OF RENEWABLES: NEW BOARD, NEW GAME

PARTISANSHIP AND PROXIMITY PREDICT OPPOSITION TO FRACKING IN COLORADO

PAYNE INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC POLICY – POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCHER POSITION AVAILABLE

CORONAVIRUS AND THE UNEXPECTED RISK TO OIL DEMAND

PAYNE INSTITUTE INITIATIVES

Earth Observation Group

Mineral Foundations of the Energy Transition

Future of Oil & Gas

Space Resources

Advanced Energy Systems

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UPCOMING EVENTS

February 24, 2020

The Payne Institute welcomes Dr. Jay Lemery presenting Climate Change & Human Health, 2020 in Alderson Hall.  

February 25-27, 2020

Morgan Bazilian will present on the Energy Transition at CSIS in Washington, DC.  

March 3, 2020    

The Payne Institute Fellow Jonathan Sohn, Director, U.S. Government Relations, Capital Power, presenting Capital Power: Sustainability Strategies and Political Uncertainty in Marquez Hall, CO School of Mines. 

March 3, 2020

The Payne Institute co-hosts with Capital Power for a discussion regarding Carbon Capture Utilization & Sequestration (CCUS) at CO School of Mines.  

March 5, 2020

The Payne Institute welcomes Scot W. Anderson, Hogan Lovells, presenting No Country for Natural Resources in Alderson Hall, CO School of Mines.  

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