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Aligning Historic Preservation and Energy Efficiency Cities & Buildings, Markets & Regulation April 8, 2021 Sara Bronin Energy Efficiency, Regulation
Efficiency and Diversification: A Framework for Sustainably Transitioning to a Carbon-Neutral Economy Climate September 18, 2020 Mark Hughes, Cornelia Colijn, Oscar Serpell Energy Efficiency, International
The Best Local Response to Climate Change is a Comprehensive Efficiency Plan Electricity July 23, 2020 Oscar Serpell, Wan-Yi “Amy” Chu, Benjamin Paren Emissions, Energy Efficiency, Grids
Deep-Decarbonization Strategy for India Climate, Electricity October 10, 2019 Khushboo Goel Emissions, Energy Efficiency, International
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
Extra-Metabolic Energy: The Power to Sustain or Destroy Climate July 25, 2019 Oscar Serpell Energy Efficiency, Environment, Natural Resources, Waste
Betting on Climate Solutions Markets & Regulation May 2, 2019 Karl Hausker Emissions, Energy Efficiency
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
Plugging In: Energy Demand in Indian Residences Climate, Electricity March 22, 2018 Radhika Khosla Energy Efficiency, International
Energy and the Blockchain: Opportunities and Challenges for Climate and Energy Governance Emerging Tech March 15, 2018 Oscar Serpell Electricity Markets, Energy Efficiency, Grids
Stalled: Make Big Trucks More Fuel Efficient Transportation March 15, 2017 Steve Viscelli Energy Efficiency
Post Report: U.S. Department of Energy National Energy Codes Conference Cities & Buildings June 4, 2015 Building Codes Assistance Project Energy Efficiency

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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.