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PAYNE INSTITUTE PARTICIPATES IN INTERNATIONAL SPRING SCHOOL ON PUBLIC POLICY IN DENVER

Payne Institute Director Morgan Bazilian and Mines Student Gerardo Martinez participate. 

 

NEW PUBLICATION: “MODEL AND MANAGE THE CHANGING GEOPOLITICS OF ENERGY”

Payne Institute Director Morgan Bazilian collaborates on piece discussing the changing geopolitics of energy newly published by Nature. 

 

PAYNE INSTITUTE DIRECTOR SPEAKS AT PRIVATE CRITICAL MINERALS ROUNDTABLE

Morgan Bazilian attends private event at the Atlantic Council Headquarters to lead a private lunch roundtable on the trade and security implications of the rising demand for critical minerals. 

 

PAYNE INSTITUTE DIRECTOR TO ATTEND BENCHMARK MINERALS SUMMIT 2019

Morgan Bazilian attending the 2019 Benchmark Minerals Summit hosted by National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) on May 2nd. 

 

PAYNE INSTITUTE DIRECTOR COLLABORATES ON NEW PIECE DISCUSSING GREEN NEW DEAL

New piece published in Georgetown Journal of International Affairs: “The Missing Piece of the Green New Deal”. Morgan Bazilian works as second author with Joshua Busby.

 

PAYNE INSTITUTE EARTH OBSERVATION GROUP DIRECTOR HOSTS MEETING ON NATURAL GAS FLARING

Chris Elvidge hosts meeting with members of Rocky Mountain Institute and Mark Davis & Alessandra Kortenhorst from CH4STOP to discuss natural gas flaring and combatting the issue. 

 

 

“All fundamental scientific discoveries change the structure of human affairs.”

                                                                                                  -Richard Rhodes, 2012

 

“…it is appreciation of context that is most severely lacking in the way public policy is taught.”

                                                                                                     -Francis Fukuyama, 2018