Areas formerly reliant on fossil fuel extraction can reinvent themselves and remain relevant in a decarbonizing economy. West Virginia shows that ignoring the need for that transition for too long results in unnecessary pain.
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Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy has launched a website to track how pandemic recovery packages are shaping the future of energy and climate.
Understanding the nature and implications of China’s unique status can help in designing energy and climate policies, and promoting sustainable growth.
A student asserts that wind development companies need to take fishermen’s concerns more seriously, so that both industries can coexist successfully.
An American infrastructure revitalization program could put people to work while improving the efficiency and quality of our communities and economy.
California’s Air Resource Board and governor deserve enormous credit for moving ahead even in the face of the worsening pandemic. It demonstrates leadership, vision and persistence.
A clean and healthy environment and environmental justice are necessities and not luxuries.
As part of the Spring 2020 Speaker Series, the CEO of Urban Green Council spoke to students about policy solutions to improve energy efficiency in buildings.
Nuclear energy currently generates a majority of America’s carbon-free electricity. It is an energy source that we cannot afford to keep — and also cannot afford to lose.
Apartment-level electricity use has increased under New York’s stay-at-home order. It could make matters worse for households already struggling economically.