Sasha Mackler

Sasha Mackler is the Research Director of the National Commission on Energy Policy. His focus is on the potential for low-carbon energy technologies to diminish the risks of climate change, and how these technologies could be developed and deployed on a large scale. Mackler holds a Master of Science in earth resources engineering and a master's degree in public administration, both from Columbia University.

A conversation on coal

Mackler, take 3: The technology is right here, right now

This is the fifth entry in a series of six email exchanges between two climate-change experts on the future use of coal. The series was originally posted here. Editorial note: Current social and political barriers …

A conversation on coal

Mackler, take 2: We don’t have time for major shifts in energy policy

This is the third entry in a series of six email exchanges between two climate-change experts on the future use of coal. The series was originally posted here. Editorial note: Mackler argues that the world …

A conversation on coal

Mackler, take 1: Clean coal is a necessary part of fighting climate change

This is the first entry in a series of six email exchanges between two climate-change experts on the future use of coal. The series was originally posted here. Editoral note: While Sasha Mackler agrees that …

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