|Sort by Title||Research Areas||Sort by Publish Date||Author||Keywords|
|Energy Transitions Are Brown Before They Go Green||Fossil Fuels, Renewables, Cities & Buildings||March 18, 2020||Mark Hughes||Emissions, Oil & Gas, Public Health, Risk|
|Climate Change and Financial Risks||Markets & Regulation, Climate||September 19, 2019||Aymeric Bellon||Finance & Investment, Risk|
|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|
|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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