What We Need To Know About Decarbonization Policy

Looking at some of the key ideas from the World Energy Outlook 2021, we can see why decarbonization-policy is a huge challenge.

When Carbon is Like a Calorie

By looking at the impact of the Affordable Care Act’s calorie label mandate, we can guess how much Google’s emission facts will influence us.

Why We Need Ridesharing

To reduce emissions and wasted time, Uber and Lyft should encourage the ride sharing that will decrease traffic congestion.

Why Fat Bear Week 2021 Is About More Than Hibernation

Seeing Otis, Holly, and 747 compete during Alaska’s Fat Bear Week reminds us of the impact of wilderness and development tradeoffs.

What We Would Have Paid For Grumpy Cat

Similar to the value of Grumpy Cat before she died, behavioral economists suggest that pricing the environment would give it more worth.

Why We Need to Name Heat Waves

With cities reporting record high temperatures, some have decided they need Chief Heat Officers to create a response.

What We Can Learn From a Tree

We can use a tree equity score to compare the wealth and health of two communities because of the benefits created by trees.

What to Do About an Elephant in Your Backyard

In addition to the human-elephant conflict, China’s wandering herd of elephants takes us to all that they ate.

Why Cows Need Face Masks

As a source of the world’s methane, cow emissions have been a focus for researchers trying to reduce their burps.