How some are addressing water rights amidst growing scarcity concerns
There are benefits and drawbacks to private conservation efforts. Ignoring one in favor of the other does a disservice to all, especially local communities.
An E-Waste Tsunami
‘E-Waste’ issue brings together academics, designers, and industry experts.
Cooking Up A Storm
Indoor air pollution and rural electricity access in sub-Saharan Africa
Flint: How Citizen Science saved the citizens of Flint
The failure to provide the citizens of Flint with clean water has led to a class action lawsuit being organized.
Finance ministers typically only care about one kind of green: cash. Here’s why they may start caring about the other.
Mitigating and Adapting to Climate Change
The global community must use a suite of innovative programs and technologies to both meet obligations at reducing GHG emissions and ensure their countries are prepared for the effects of climate change.
Climate and Security with Jason Bordoff
Jason Bordoff, Professor of Professional Practice at Columbia University and Director of the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia, shares his insights into how the climate-energy challenge might affect national security for the United States and the world.
Out of Sight, Out of Mind
Methane leaks are pervasive and ignored. The enormous leak at Porter Ranch should change that.
Beyond the Clean Power Plan
The clean power plan is the most comprehensive rule (US) to tackle climate change, but not all of the available emissions reducing options were represented.