By Greg Carlock and Emily Mangan - September 2018
A comprehensive case for ambitious mobilization in the United States to build the 21st century economy, which by design will mitigate the causes of climate change while building resilience to its effects, restore the American landscape, and improve access to clean air and water—all in ways that prioritize justice and equity, and grow the economy and jobs. This seminal report contributed to a national conversation around the Green New Deal.
Contributing chapter author: Precautionary Principle - 2013
Black et al. provide a holistic consideration of climate change that goes beyond pure science, fleshing out the discussion by considering cultural, historical, and policy-driven aspects of this important issue.
Co-author - January 2012
Hultman et al. study relative influence of institutional, behavioral, and social factors in the transformations of nuclear energy and bioenergy in Brazil, Sweden, and the United States.
By Greg Carlock, Nathan Hultman, and Katherine Sierra - October 2011
Re-envisioning sustainable development for the 21st century requires more than environmentally benign economic growth—instead, it requires a broadening of clean energy entrepreneurship and innovation to encompass new regions, new technologies, and new approaches.