Humphrey School Professor Emerita Deborah Swackhamer is interviewed for this article looking at President Trump's decision to replace scientists with industry officials on a key EPA science advisory panel.
The President's actions to roll back climate protections are sending a signal to other countries that they don't have to worry about climate change either, according to Humphrey School expert Gabe Chan, who was quoted in this story.
Humphrey School climate change expert Gabe Chan is quoted in this article, which says Minnesota will likely be a leader on clean energy even if the Trump administration rolls back climate change efforts nationwide.
This opinion column co-authored by STEP assistant professor Gabriel Chan proposes a comprehensive plan to “fix the National Laboratories.” The column is based on Chan’s research that highlights worrying trends in lab performance related to energy innovation.
A commentary by professor Anu Ramaswami and PhD candidate Rahul Sharma, on how smart technologies can improve the lives of urban residents, was featured in this article on Mint, one of India's premium business news publications.
Large-scale garbage burning has a negative impact on the environment and is upsetting local community members in Agra, India. This problem is a focus of research led by Professor Anu Ramaswami's with a grant from the National Science Foundation.
The Humphrey School and Georgia Institute of Technology are leading a joint study researching carbon emissions and the impacts of large-scale garbage burning in India. The project is part of Professor Anu Ramaswami's Partnerships for International Research and Education (PIRE) grant from the National Science Foundation.