Transforming the Western Power Grid
A western grid operator could improve access to renewable energy, bolster grid reliability, and coordinate transmission system planning.
Philadelphia Refinery Closure
There are many opportunities to learn from the victories and missteps associated with the PES refinery closure.
Getting Science Back on Track
The latest Union of Concerned Scientists survey of federal scientists shows the powerful, positive effects of strengthening scientific integrity policies under President Biden.
Truck Pollution in the United States
State-level fact sheets on tailpipe pollution from trucks and buses.
Invisible Threat, Inequitable Impact
Ethylene oxide poses a largely invisible and unrecognized threat to nearby communities.
New England State Climate Action Assessment
A report by Fellows at UNH, focused on climate resiliency in the northeastern US.
Participating in Federal Rulemaking
Resources to help experts and others participate in rulemaking at the highest level.
West Virginia vs. EPA
A white paper on the aftermath of the US Supreme Court ruling in West Virginia v. EPA
Low-Carbon Pathways for Transportation
It is possible for the United States to transition to a decarbonized and equitable future by midcentury. In the transportation sector, decarbonization entails the phaseout of petroleum.
EV Survey on Equity
The communities most harmed by the status quo are adopting EVs at disproportionately low rates.
Diesel pollution in RI
Exhaust from diesel trucks and buses is a leading source of harmful air pollution that sends Rhode Island residents to the hospital every year.
Diesel pollution in VA
Exhaust from diesel trucks and buses is a leading source of harmful air pollution that sends Virginia residents to the hospital every year.