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Energy Transitions Are Brown Before They Go Green Fossil Fuels, Renewables, Cities & Buildings March 18, 2020 Mark Hughes Emissions, Oil & Gas, Public Health, Risk
Changing Tides: Public Attitudes on Climate Change & Climate Migration Climate December 18, 2019 Sabrina Arias, Christopher Blair Environment, International, Public Health
Mongolian Energy Futures: Repowering Ulaanbaatar Fossil Fuels, Cities & Buildings, Electricity October 18, 2019 Nicholas Pevzner, Stephanie Carlisle Coal, Emissions, International, Public Health
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
Renewable Auctions and Labor Considerations in Brazil Electricity, Markets & Regulation August 22, 2019 Gabrielle Vasey Electricity Markets, Hydropower, International, Public Health
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
NRC Staff Raises Alarm on Widespread Nuclear Plant Design Flaw Nuclear, Emerging Tech March 30, 2016 Christina Simeone Public Health, Regulation

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Since 2016, James Hines of the University of Michigan has served as our lead academic reviewer, providing a rigorous review of all reports and digests.

James Hines

Professor, University of Michigan
James Hines is a professor of law and economics at the University of Michigan and an editorial advisor to the Kleinman Center. His research is focused on various aspects of taxation.