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When seeking the city solution on climate, don’t forget the suburbs

Daniel Kammen, Class of 1935 Distinguished Professor of Energy | January 14, 2014

Our cities have the potential to be a key climate change solution. Already they are hot-beds of innovation in local and global approaches to the nexus of sustainability and quality of life.  People who live in cities drive less, use less energy to heat, cool, and light their homes, and even their water and sewer … Continue reading »