A new study finds that consumers value compact fluorescent light bulbs less than their energy savings would imply.
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.
This week, Jim Howes sits down with Jacky Grimshaw to talk about urban sustainability in Chicago and around the world.
A new study explores the home resale premiums associated with solar photovoltaic systems and how these premiums compare to predictions from standard appraisal techniques.
New research shows that targeting high energy customers is an effective way to achieve substantial energy savings in utility conservation and efficiency programs.
An analysis of 11 mercury removal methods finds that meeting federal limits for mercury levels in wastewater is possible with current technologies.
Neal Young from the City of Phoenix talks about sustainable growth, transportation, solar energy, budgeting, and pensions in the nation’s Sunbelt.
Carefully designed randomized trials could help to assess which low-cost efficiency measures have the most notable effect on heating related energy consumption.