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Full Title: Beyond Technology: Strengthening Energy Policy through Social Science Author(s): American Academy of Arts and Sciences Publisher(s): American Academy of Arts and Sciences Publication Date: 06/2011 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): Despite persuasive evidence...
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CEREL is a multidisciplinary organization of leaders of university-based energy centers and programs working together to advance the role of higher education in the energy field. CEREL’s goals are to...
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Full Title: Critical energy justice in US natural gas infrastructuring Author(s): Mary Finley-Brooka, Travis L. Williamsb, Judi Anne Caron-Sheppardc, Mary Kathleen Jaromin Publisher(s): Energy Research & Social Science Publication Date: 07/2018 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description...
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Full Title: Energy For the Future Author(s): Spectrum, MIT Publisher(s): Spectrum, MIT Publication Date: 3/2012 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description: This issue of SPECTRVM celebrates the MIT Energy Initiative’s achievements on the frontiers of energy research, from...
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Substituting solar, wind and safe nuclear energy for fossil fuels is a big plus for safeguarding the global environment. But it is also a vital step in fighting terrorism. For many...
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Full Title: Ensuring benefits from North American shale gas development: Towards a research agenda Author(s): M. Bazilian, A.R. Brandt, L. Billman, G. Heath, J. Logan, M. Mann, M. Melaina, P. Statwick, D. Arent,...
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Recently, a bipartisan, bicameral bill, the IMPACT for Energy Act, was introduced to establish a nonprofit foundation that will channel private-sector investments that support the creation, development, and commercialization of...
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