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Rising tide of climate change: What America's flood cities can teach us about green energy policy, and why we should be worried
To provide a model for assessing the current and likely responses to climate change risks, this Article considers two of the worst flood disasters in American history and applies the same rationale to critical climate ...
Struggling past oil: The infrastructure impediments to adopting next-generation transportation fuel sources
Since at least the 1970s, Americans have known that reliance on gasoline is a risky proposition. Low gas prices and largely effective policies designed to incentivize the sale of large cars and trucks for most of the 1990s ...
Atomic power, fossil fuels, and the environment: Lessons learned and the lasting impact of the Kennedy energy policies
Because of his short term of office, President Kennedy’s energy policies have not been critiqued, reviewed, or analyzed in the same manner, or to the same degree, as other administrations. This Essay fills part of that ...
Geothermal bonus: Sustainable energy as a by-product of drilling for oil
Generating geothermal energy from co-produced fluids as a by-product of oil production is an ideal addition to North Dakota’s (and the nation’s) renewable energy industry. These geothermal projects are pragmatic and ...
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