USAEE Case Competition
Proud to be advancing to the final round of the 2021 United States Association for Energy Economics (USAEE) case competition. This year’s prompt had competitors do a deep-dive on the ethics and technologies associated with carbon direct removal (CDR) as a means of mitigating international emissions.
Our team was comprised of five members of the ZERO Lab at Princeton. We considered equity, capability, and cost-effectiveness in order to propose a framework for fair and efficient allocation of international CDR responsibility. Our team will present alongside one other finalist team on November 8th.