As energy retrofit programs continue to be popular, the motivations for doing so vary from energy savings to noise reduction to improved acoustic conditions and even enhanced building appearance.
Making offices paperless, or at least more paper-pragmatic, would facilitate significant improvements to businesses and the environment.
As the 114th Congress takes the floor, decisions on crude oil and natural gas exports, including approval of the Keystone XL pipeline, are sure to be taken up.
How the giant issue of antiretroviral therapy non-adherence threatens the miracle of antiretroviral drugs.
Low gas prices may seem great for consumers but the story of $1.99 gas is not so simple.
Environmental certifications attesting to products sustainability bona fides are popular but are they accurate?
We continue our review of the Lima talks with Professor Robert Stavins’ discussion.
A COP20 Recap and the Outlook for a New Climate Agreement in 2015
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Professor Michael Glennon challenges common understandings of American government institutions and provides daunting insights into the nature of the U.S. national security apparatus.