Columbia Econ Review Environmental Policy Competition Results

The Columbia Economics Review is happy to announce the winners of this year's Competitive Climate Competition.  

A Columbia University team comprised of Andy Zhang (CC '16), Raymond de Olivera (CC '16) and Francesca Audia (GS '15) took first place for their proposal encouraging research and development of environmental technology.  The team's plan focuses on pushing for government agencies to set emissions targets, therefore creating obligations for countries to reduce their levels of greenhouse gas emissions.  Proposals were judged by Columbia University and Earth Institute faculty, 

Further information about the policy competition is available on the CER website and all finalists' presentations are available via the CER YouTube channel