|Sort by Title||Research Areas||Sort by Publish Date||Author||Keywords|
|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|
|Extra-Metabolic Energy: The Power to Sustain or Destroy||Climate||July 25, 2019||Oscar Serpell||Energy Efficiency, Environment, Natural Resources, Waste|
|Powering Our Future with Trash||Emerging Tech, Electricity||March 21, 2019||Richard Ling||Emissions, Waste|
|Water, Waste, Energy: Lessons from Coca-Cola in Africa||Electricity||March 8, 2018||Sara Byala||Environment, International, Solar, Water, Waste|
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