ERG PhD Student Aden in New York Times: Economies Rise as Emissions Fall? Yes, It Can Work


The New York Times featured ERG PhD student Nate Aden in an article on decoupling economic growth from carbon emissions. Aden’s research, which aligns with a study recently released by the International Energy Agency, found that 21 countries have fully decoupled their economic growth from carbon emissions. ERG affiliate Giorgos Kallis is also quoted in the story.

“It’s really exciting, and it suggests that countries can sever the historic link between economic growth and greenhouse gas emissions.”

Read the full article in the New York Times