Reports, journals, and publications edited or produced by CSPO faculty and students.
Drastically improved efforts to provide modern energy access to the poor opens up a new approach to development efforts and action on climate change, an international group of energy and environment scholars argue in a new report, Our High-Energy Planet.Read More
New energy innovation report highlights central role of emerging economies
The global landscape for clean energy innovation has never been more fertile. A new report coming from a partnership of ASU’s Consortium for Science, Policy, and Outcomes and The Breakthrough Institute states that in order to supply the global public of clean, cheap energy, governments must strengthen international collaborative efforts. High-Energy Innovation is the second of three reports in the Climate Pragmatism project.Read More
This new report from ASU’s Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes (CSPO) presents the results of an innovative partnership between NASA and a network led by CSPO. By directly engaging the American public in NASA’s plans for future space missions, the project breaks new ground in increasing citizens’ understanding of and engagement in the work of a federal agency.Read More
A new report from the Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes and The Breakthrough Institute develops an improved framework for climate adaptation in the 21st century. Adaptation for a High-Energy Planet highlights successful adaptations, connects them to robust socioeconomic development efforts, and explores what they mean for helping communities to thrive in an ever-changing world.Read More
Should scientists conduct research on methods of directly intervening in the global climate to avoid the worst impacts of climate change? This report from the Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes shares the results from two large-scale public deliberations on the democratic governance of solar radiation management research.Read More