Publications

CCS provides thought leadership on integrated approaches to climate change through its publication of demonstration studies, synthesis reports, peer reviewed analysis, and innovation proposals. These publications include scientific and legal journals as well as white papers and technical discussion documents. 

 

Journal Articles

Nelson, H., Von Hippel, D., Peterson, T., Garagulagian, R. (2015): The Great Recession or progressive energy policies? Explaining the decline in US greenhouse gas emissions forecasts, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, DOI: 10.1080/09640568.2015.1017042

Nelson, H., Rose, A., Wei, D., Peterson, T., Wennberg, J. (2015). Intergovernmental climate change mitigation policies: theory and outcomes. Journal of Public Policy, 35, pp 97-136 doi:10.1017/S0143814X14000117

Delaquil, P., Goldstein, G., Nelson, H., Peterson, T., Roe, S., Rose, A., Wei, D., & Wennberg, J. (2014). Developing and Assessing Investment Options for Economic, Energy, and Climate Security Gains in the United States. Low Carbon Economy, Scientific Research, 5(1)

Peterson, T.D. (2013). US Progress on Climate Change. EM Magazine, 10 (2013), 14-16

Delaquil, P., Goldstein, G., Nelson, H., Peterson, T., Roe, S., Rose, A., Wei, D., & Wennberg, J. (2012). Developing and Assessing Investment Options for Economic, Energy, and Climate Security Gains in the US, 2012 International Energy Workshop Paper, Center for Climate Strategies, DecisionWare Group, Claremont Graduate University, Johns Hopkins University, the University of Southern California

Peterson, T. D., Rose, A., & Wei, D. (2010). Impacts of Comprehensive Climate and Energy Policy Options on the US Economy. Center for Climate Strategies & John Hopkins University

Dernbach, J. C., McKinstry, R. B., & Peterson, T. D. (2010). Making the States Full Partners In a National Climate Change Effort: A Necessary Element for Sustainable Economic Development. Environmental Law Reporter, 10(08)

Rose, A. Z., Wei, D., Peterson, T. D., & Wennberg, J. (2009). Climate Change Policy Integration In Minnesota: The Case For Integrated Regional Policies. The Economics of Climate Change Policy: International, National and Regional Mitigation Strategies

McKinstry, R. B., Peterson, T. D., Rose, A. Z., & Wei, D. (2009). The New Climate World: Achieving Economic Efficiency In a Federal System for Greenhouse Gas Control Through State Planning Combined with Federal Programs. North Carolina Journal of International Law & Commercial Regulation, 34 (102)

Peterson, T. D., McKinstry, R. B., & Dernbach, J. C. (2008). Developing a Comprehensive Approach to Climate Change Policy In the United States that Fully Integrates Levels of Government and Economic Sectors. Virginia Environmental Law Journal, 26(219)

McKinstry, R. B., Dernbach, J. C., & Peterson, T. D. (2008). Federal Climate Change Legislation as if the States Matter. Natural Resources & Environment, 22(3), Winter, 3

McKinstry, R. B., & Peterson, T. D. (2007). The Implications of The New “Old” Federalism In Climate-Change Legislation: How to Function In a Global Marketplace When States Take the Lead. McGeorge Global Business & Development Law Journal, 20(61)

Peterson, T. D., & Rose, A. Z. (2006). Reducing Conflicts Between Climate Policy and Energy Policy In the US, the Important Role of the States. Center for Integrated Regional Assessment, the Pennsylvania State University. Energy Policy, 34619-34631

Rose, A. Z., Peterson, T. D., & Zhang, Z. (2006). Regional Carbon Dioxide Permit Trading in the United States: Coalition choices for Pennsylvania. Penn State Environmental Law Review, 14(2), 203-229

Peterson, Thomas D. (2004). The Evolution of State Climate Change Policy In the United States: Lessons Learned and New Directions. The Widener Law Review. University Park, PA. March 25, 2004

Peterson, T.D. (2003). Impacts of US State And Regional Actions On National Climate Policy. In Approaches, Challenges, and Potentials: Renewable Energy And Climate Change Policies In US States And Germany – Opportunities For Transatlantic Cooperation And Beyond. The Heinrich Boll Foundation. Pages 25-40

Peterson, T, and Branagan M. (2000). “Analysis of Land Consumption Rates and Impacts, The State Of The Cities 2000,” Fourth Annual 2000. US HUD, The White House and US Department of Housing and Urban Development. Washington, DC, pp. 93-94. June 22, 2000

Peterson, T, and Branagan M. (1999). “Findings from the American Housing Survey: The Impact of Lot Size On Land Development in the US.” The Lincoln Land Institute. Cambridge, MA, December 3, 1999