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Powering the Slum: Meeting SDG7 in Accra’s Informal Settlements Access & Equity, Cities & Buildings April 21, 2021 James Kwame Mensah, Eugenie Birch International
Aligning Historic Preservation and Energy Efficiency Cities & Buildings, Markets & Regulation April 8, 2021 Sara Bronin Energy Efficiency, Regulation
Climate Tech for Real Estate: The Elephant in the Room Cities & Buildings, Emerging Tech March 16, 2021 Stephen Rothstein Finance & Investment
Electric Vehicles in the City Transportation, Electricity, Cities & Buildings July 9, 2020 Zhongjie Lin, Jing Kang Electric Vehicles, International
Energy Transitions Are Brown Before They Go Green Fossil Fuels, Renewables, Cities & Buildings March 18, 2020 Mark 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
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
Your Uber Has Arrived: How Ridesharing Expands Access, Increases Emissions, and Changes Cities Transportation, Climate, Cities & Buildings July 11, 2019 Caitlin Gorback Emissions
Follow the Carbon: The Case for Neighborhood-Level Carbon Footprints Access & Equity, Cities & Buildings, Climate July 2, 2019 Daniel Cohen, Kevin Ummel Emissions, Environment
Superblocks: Barcelona’s Plan to Free Itself from Cars Transportation, Climate, Cities & Buildings June 18, 2019 David Roberts Emissions, International, Politics
Wrong About Urbanization? How Emerging Factors Could Shift People Away from Cities Climate, Cities & Buildings November 28, 2018 Oscar Serpell Energy Efficiency, Environment, Land Management, Public Health, Risk
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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