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MIT researchers took a detailed look at 125 U.S. auto models and find those emitting less carbon are the least expensive to drive.
Rutgers experts discover easy way to make graphene for flexible and printable electronics, energy storage, and catalysis.
Indiana and Columbia University researchers posed two questions in scientific online surveys regarding energy use and climate change.
A new study by researchers from the University of British Columbia, University of Washington and elsewhere, measured ambient and indoor household air pollution before and after a carbon-finance-approved cookstove intervention in rural India, found that the improvements were less than anticipated.
According Stanford researchers, when Girl Scouts participated in energy-saving education programs, they improved their energy-use behaviors and influenced their families to do so as well.
Boston University study finds benefits for all ratepayers and greater reduction in greenhouse gases.
A University of Kansas law professor has authored an article detailing innovative approaches of cities and communities to cut carbon emissions and how the efforts will affect energy governance in years to come.
Driverless vehicles could intensify car use — reducing or even eliminating promised energy savings and environmental benefits, a new study co-authored by a University of Washington engineer finds.
In a German-Minnesota energy policy exchange, the two are also sharing technology and policy innovations as they both transition from coal-based to low-carbon energy economies.