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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.
The ‘Model Laws for Deep Decarbonization’ website provides legal examples that can be customized in order to achieve deep reductions in fossil fuel use and greenhouse gas emissions.
The Columbia Energy Exchange podcast interviews former U.S. secretary of energy Ernest Moniz about the role energy sectors can play in reinvigorating the U.S. economy.
As plummeting oil prices threaten bankruptcy for hundreds of U.S. oil companies, a Texas official is opening up talks with the foreign cartel.
The region is highly vulnerable to these twin shocks.
The latest episode of the Columbia Energy Exchange podcast discusses new legislation that would support new technologies that capture carbon emissions.
The Metropolitan Transit Authority aims to have a fully electric municipal bus fleet by 2040.