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How Solar Energy Became Cheap

Greg Nemet's new book tells the story of solar: the long road to economic viability and the lessons learned that could speed the progress of other low-carbon technology.

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Tyler Lark Presents at Congressional Briefing

Sponsored by the Safe Climate Caucus on the environmental impacts of the Renewable Fuels Standard

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Eat your crickets; they're good for you!

Study by Valerie Stull shows that 25 grams per day of whole cricket powder increases probiotic bacteria in the gut of healthy adults.

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Climate Change Threatens U.S. Coastal Internet

Barford co-authors study of internet infrastructure and sea level rise through the year 2100, with largest effects in the next two decades.

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June 11, 2019
Lisa Rausch, AnHai Doan, and Holly Gibbs Awarded $150,000 Grant from the Meridian Institute
"Characterizing compliance in cattle supply chains: What factors encourage deforestation-free production in the Brazilian Amazon?"

May 22, 2019
Jonathan Patz to Participate in Loka Initiative and Symposium
The Loka Initiative is a new education and outreach program at UW-Madison for faith leaders and religious institutions. The Loka Symposium will be held May 28-30 in Madison.
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Latest Publications

2019 · International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
Applying Integrated Exposure-Response Functions to PM2.5 Pollution in India
AUTHOR(S): Limaye, V.S., W. Schöpp, and M. Amann

2019 · Environmental Science & Technology
The Air Quality-Related Health Benefits of Energy Efficiency in the United States.
AUTHOR(S): Abel, D.W., T. Holloway, J. Martinez-Santos, M. Harkey, M. Tao, C. Kubes, and S. Hayes

2018 · J. of Applied Remote Sensing
Assessing the relationship between satellite-derived NO2 and economic growth over the 100 most populous global cities
AUTHOR(S): A. Montgomery and T. Holloway