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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
Climate Change and Financial Risks Markets & Regulation, Climate September 19, 2019 Aymeric Bellon Finance & Investment, Risk
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
It’s Ideology, Stupid: Why Voters Still Shun Carbon Taxes Markets & Regulation August 5, 2019 Ioana Marinescu, Soren Anderson, Boris Shor Carbon Pricing, Politics, Regulation
Extra-Metabolic Energy: The Power to Sustain or Destroy Climate July 25, 2019 Oscar Serpell Energy Efficiency, Environment, Natural Resources, Waste
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
Self-Imposed Emission Limits Markets & Regulation May 16, 2019 Mike Abito Carbon Pricing, Emissions
Betting on Climate Solutions Markets & Regulation May 2, 2019 Karl Hausker Emissions, Energy Efficiency
Why Carbon Pricing Falls Short Fossil Fuels, Markets & Regulation, Climate April 24, 2019 Jesse Jenkins Carbon Pricing, Emissions
The Long Goodbye: Why Some Nations Can’t Kick the Coal Habit Fossil Fuels April 1, 2019 Anna Mikulska Coal, Emissions
Powering Our Future with Trash Emerging Tech, Electricity March 21, 2019 Richard Ling Emissions, Waste

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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.