Dimiter Kenarov discusses the emerging shale gas industry’s impact on residents in surrounding communities, particularly in Poland and Pennsylvania
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New York’s failed plan for congestion pricing has lessons for policymakers everywhere.
The future of natural gas is bright. Switching to gas, though, is no panacea.
The business of food is bad for the planet. But the problem isn’t just a first-world one.
How much should we spend to avoid a very, very bad event that almost certainly won’t happen?
The world is flat. Almost. But not quite.
An energy policy analyst walks us through the muck on the Keystone Pipeline.
With new waves of refugees coming to our shores, Bob Montgomery, a nationally recognized leader in his field, details the policy and political challenges ahead.
MIT’s Howard J. Herzog explores the central issues involved in transforming carbon capture and storage (CCS) from a boutique technology to a broadly commercial one.
Biofuels are either essential to our energy independence and efforts to combat climate change or a boondoggle that threatens global food security. The World Bank’s Govinda R. Timilsina and Ashish Shrestha analyze this disconnect in “How Much Hope Should We Have for Biofuels?”, which weighs findings from dozens of studies and sources and represents a far-reaching summary of the technology’s potential and tradeoffs.