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By June 20, 2016 Read More →

Parth Vaishnav Featured in Aviation Week & Space Technology

“In September 2013, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) declared that it would vote on a global market-based mechanism (MBM) to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from international aviation in 2016 and implement it by 2020. This March, two years after it began considering an extraordinarily complicated strawman proposal, ICAO published …

By June 18, 2016 Read More →

Rubin Headlines in Spain

La Vanguardia, one of the largest newspapers in Barcelona, featured Dr. Ed Rubin in their paper on June 18, 2016 after giving a public lecture in the city on Climate Change and Innovation. He was later featured in another newspaper called Ara which serves the Catalonia region of Spain. You …

By May 15, 2016 Read More →

Dr. Ines Azevedo, Energy Pathways, Policies and Decisions, Carnegie Mellon Energy Week 2016

Dr. Ines Azevedo, Associate Professor of Engineering and Public Policy, Co-Director, Climate and Energy Decision Making Center, Carnegie Mellon University provides an “Andy Talk” (20 minutes or less) on Energy Pathways, Policies, and Decisions during Carnegie Mellon’s Energy Week 2016.

Watch the video here.…

By April 20, 2016 Read More →

The National Academies post video featuring Ines Azevedo

Panel on Issues, Methods, and Approaches for Characterizing and Communicating Risk in Climate Assessment. Watch the video here.…

By October 22, 2015 Read More →

CEDM News: Granger Morgan Testifies Before Congress

From www.cmu.edu:
Speaking before the House Science and Technology Committee, Granger Morgan highlighted actions that could make the nation’s electricity supply less vulnerable and more resilient, which could save lives.

He focused on strategies to avoid physical disruption of the power system; strategies to speed the process of repairing …

By October 6, 2015 Read More →

CEDM News: Seth Borenstein of the AP features prominent input from Peter Adams

“Volkswagen’s pollution-control chicanery has not just been victimless tinkering, killing between five and 20 people in the United States annually in recent years, according to an Associated Press statistical and computer analysis.

“The software that the company admitted using to get around government emissions limits allowed VWs to spew enough …

By October 2, 2015 Read More →

CEDM News: Neil Donahue Speaks on “How Climate Change and Air Quality are Interconnected in the Developing World” at the Duquesne Presidential Conference on the Integrity of Creation: Climate Change

On October 1, Neil Donahue spoke at Duquense University’s first annual Presidential Conference on the Integrity of Creation: Climate Change on “How Climate Change and Air Quality are Interconnected in the Developing World“. Dr. Donahue’s talk was preceded by the opening plenary given by Richard Alley on “Gold …

By September 16, 2015 Read More →

CEDM News: CEDM Researchers show that methane leakage rate holds the key to make natural gas-derived fuels greener than conventional gasoline to power light-duty vehicles

Ph.D. student Fan Tong and EPP faculty members Dr. Paulina Jaramillo and Dr. Inês L. Azevedo from Carnegie Mellon University recently evaluated the greenhouse gas emissions of using natural gas to power light-duty vehicles (passenger vehicles and SUVs).The analysis indicates that among all natural gas-derived fuels only battery electric vehicles

By July 24, 2015 Read More →

CEDM News: Study by Carnegie Mellon University researchers reports on carbon footprints of various electric vehicles by region

“A new study by Carnegie Mellon University researchers finds that in some regions of the United States electric vehicles have the smallest carbon footprint, but in other regions, hybrids do.

Carnegie Mellon Professor of Engineering and Public Policy and Mechanical EngineeringJeremy Michalek, Associate Professor of Engineering and Public …

By June 25, 2015 Read More →

CEDM News: CEDM Researchers Analyze the Greenhouse Gas Emissions of Using Natural Gas to Power Buses and Trucks

Ph.D. student Fan Tong and EPP faculty members Dr. Paulina Jaramillo and Dr. Inês L. Azevedo from Carnegie Mellon University recently evaluated the greenhouse gas emissions of using natural gas to power medium- and heavy-duty vehicles (such as transit buses, pick-up trucks, package delivery trucks, box trucks refuse trucks, and