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Have We Reached Peak Carbon Emissions? Climate, Fossil Fuels February 22, 2021 Daniel Kammen Covid-19, Emissions
Balancing Act: Can Petrochemicals Be Both Emissions Free and Zero-Waste? Fossil Fuels, Climate February 15, 2021 Oscar Serpell, Wan-Yi “Amy” Chu, Benjamin Paren Agriculture, Emissions, Waste
The Essential Role of Negative Emissions in Getting to Carbon Neutral Fossil Fuels, Emerging Tech April 30, 2020 Jennifer Wilcox Carbon Capture, Coal, Emissions
Energy Transitions Are Brown Before They Go Green Fossil Fuels, Renewables, Cities & Buildings March 18, 2020 Mark Alan Hughes Emissions, Oil & Gas, Public Health, Risk
Mongolian Energy Futures: Repowering Ulaanbaatar Fossil Fuels, Cities & Buildings, Electricity October 18, 2019 Nicholas Pevzner, Stephanie Carlisle Coal, Emissions, International, Public Health
Preparing PGW for a Low-Carbon Future Cities & Buildings, Fossil Fuels October 16, 2019 Oscar Serpell, Wan-Yi “Amy” Chu, Benjamin Paren, Giridhar Sankar Emissions, Oil & Gas
Working Paper: Whither the Regulatory ‘War on Coal’? Fossil Fuels October 8, 2019 Cary Coglianese , Daniel Walters Coal, Regulation
Heating the Bauhaus: Architectural History in the Context of Energy Policy and Transition Electricity, Cities & Buildings, Fossil Fuels September 24, 2019 Daniel Barber Coal, Emissions, Energy Efficiency, International
Fossil Fuels, the Building Industry, and Human Health Cities & Buildings, Fossil Fuels September 11, 2019 Franca Trubiano, Chloe Onbargi, Antonio Rinaldi, Zachary Whitlock Public Health
Bye-Bye Bus: Ride-Hail in Philadelphia Transportation, Fossil Fuels, Cities & Buildings July 11, 2019 Xiaoxia “Summer” Dong Emissions
Why Carbon Pricing Falls Short Fossil Fuels, Markets & Regulation, Climate April 24, 2019 Jesse Jenkins Carbon Pricing, Emissions
The Long Goodbye: Why Some Nations Can’t Kick the Coal Habit Fossil Fuels April 1, 2019 Anna Mikulska Coal, Emissions
Black Market Crude: Organized Crime and Environmental Externalities in Nigeria’s Oil Sector Fossil Fuels March 5, 2019 Jonah Rexer International, Oil & Gas, Politics, Risk
Plugging the Leaks: Why Existing Financial Incentives Aren’t Enough to Reduce Methane Fossil Fuels February 4, 2019 Catherine Hausman, Daniel Raimi Emissions, Oil & Gas
Beyond Bankruptcy: The Outlook for Philadelphia’s Neighborhood Refinery Markets & Regulation, Fossil Fuels, Cities & Buildings September 20, 2018 Christina Simeone Oil & Gas, Politics, Public Health, Risk

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