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AP | Jul 08, 2013
A new study links heavy air pollution from coal burning to shorter lives in northern China.

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Energywire | Jun 26, 2013

By: Joel Kirkland and Peter Behr

June 26, 2013


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Bloomberg Businessweek | Jun 25, 2013

By: Elizabeth Rowe


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John Reilly, co-director of the Joint Program on Global Change, served on the committee responsible for a new National Research Council (NRC) report on the “Effects of U.S. Tax Policy on Greenhouse Gas Emissions.”

The report found that while tax...

energy efficiency
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It’s something we hear from policymakers again and again: The world squanders too much energy. And wringing out that waste should be one of the...

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MIT News | Jun 12, 2013

"When you have eliminated all which is impossible, then whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.”

A version of this quote, originally penned by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in “The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes,” appears in a dog-eared copy of “Advanced Mathematical Methods for...

gas power
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MIT Tech Review | May 30, 2013

Last week, the new U.S. secretary of energy, Ernest Moniz, pledged to continue his predecessor’s work in making the Department of Energy a “center of innovation,” while also highlighting projects he thought deserved more attention. Near the top of his list is a renewed emphasis on carbon dioxide...

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Quartz | May 24, 2013

By: Steve LeVine

Environmental websites are buzzing that China, the world’s biggest emitter...

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