Stanford researchers consider life cycle assessments of wind and solar technologies to determine whether they can afford the energetic costs associated with grid-scale energy storage deployment.
Pakistan’s top economist, Dr. Mushtaq Khan, talks about the economy’s struggle with the war on terror, energy crisis, and fiscal mismanagement.
Understanding individual perceptions can help explain public opinion polls about hydraulic fracturing.
The rebound effect, which measures the increased demand for energy from increasing energy efficiency, is found to be strong in Chinese urban residential electricity use.
The statistical technique of conditional demand analysis allows Canadian researchers to cheaply estimate residential appliance savings and help policymakers structure behavioral and technological conservation programs.
Researchers find new data that contradict their previously held belief that cities push for community-wide green sustainability programs for their cost-saving benefits.
An analysis of the UK Climate Change Act demonstrates the importance of the political landscape in assessing the stability of climate change policies.
A new study compares transportation sectors in the US and Japan, suggesting that potential crossover for American policymakers is minimal.
A new study attempts to predict demand for water in agricultural regions, allowing a better selection of irrigated acreage and an overall increase in water savings.