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How Solar Energy Became Cheap

Greg Nemet's new book tells the story of solar: the long road to economic viability and the lessons learned that could speed the progress of other low-carbon technology.

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Tyler Lark Presents at Congressional Briefing

Sponsored by the Safe Climate Caucus on the environmental impacts of the Renewable Fuels Standard

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Eat your crickets; they're good for you!

Study by Valerie Stull shows that 25 grams per day of whole cricket powder increases probiotic bacteria in the gut of healthy adults.

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Climate Change Threatens U.S. Coastal Internet

Barford co-authors study of internet infrastructure and sea level rise through the year 2100, with largest effects in the next two decades.

Latest News

June 28, 2019
New Publication
Just published in Sustainability Science - "Research and Policy Priorities for Edible Insects" by Valerie Stull and Jonathan Patz.
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June 11, 2019
Lisa Rausch, AnHai Doan, and Holly Gibbs Awarded $150,000 Grant from the Meridian Institute
"Characterizing compliance in cattle supply chains: What factors encourage deforestation-free production in the Brazilian Amazon?"

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Latest Publications

2019 · Sustainability Science
Research and policy priorities for edible insects
AUTHOR(S): Stull, V. and J. Patz

2019 · International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
Applying Integrated Exposure-Response Functions to PM2.5 Pollution in India
AUTHOR(S): Limaye, V.S., W. Schöpp, and M. Amann

2019 · Environmental Science & Technology
The Air Quality-Related Health Benefits of Energy Efficiency in the United States.
AUTHOR(S): Abel, D.W., T. Holloway, J. Martinez-Santos, M. Harkey, M. Tao, C. Kubes, and S. Hayes

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