Liz Noll, a CEPL alum, weighed in on the proposed DOE budget cuts for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, noting that gutting EERE funding is “like stopping research in home-movie technology after the VCR". Read the full article here: https://www.greentechmedia.com/articles/read/official-clean-energy-funding-should-be-cut-for-exceeding-goals#gs.ZI_mrQs
An affiliate of the United Nations has recognized a new Regional Center of Expertise in metro Atlanta as just the sixth such regional sustainability network in the United States. The RCE Greater Atlanta aims to advance education for sustainable development related to the U.N.
Dr. Marilyn Brown was quoted in an article called Climate Change Will Always Hurt Poor People the Most by Ryan F. Mandelbaum. Click here to read the full article: https://gizmodo.com/climate-change-will-always-hurt-poor-people-the-most-1797915374.
SLS Climate Change Fellows Program Faculty Co-Directors:
Research Working Group
- Marilyn Brown, Professor, School of Public Policy, Climate & Energy Policy Lab
- Michael Chang, Deputy Director, Brook Byers Institute for Sustainable Systems
- Richard Simmons, Director, Energy Policy & Innovation Center, Strategic Energy Institute
Education Working Group
See the RealClear Policy op ed on "The Partisan Divide Over the Carbon Tax Is All Smoke"
Marilyn Brown has just been named a new Editor of Energy Policy. Energy Policy is an international peer-reviewed journal addressing the policy implications of energy supply and use from their economic, social, planning and environmental aspects.
Read the article by Ryan F.
Marilyn A. Brown, Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology
Mega projects are always risky, and the stakes riding on the new nuclear reactors at Plant Vogtle couldn’t be higher.
With the cancellation of VC Summer’s nuclear construction project in South Carolina on July 31, Georgia’s plant Vogtle is now the only nuclear plant under construction in the U.S.