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Could Americans’ high level of automobile travel actually be diminishing our societal health? It’s not crazy to think that it might. New research finds that...

Aug 1, 2022 Blog Post

EVs offer the promise of clean transportation, but recycling their batteries is no easy task. Researchers are looking to give end-of-life EV batteries a new...

Jul 14, 2022 Blog Post

Properly thought-out tree-planting programs are an important line of defense against global warming. But there’s another strategy that could be just as valuable, if not...

Jul 12, 2022 Blog Post

Gasoline prices are scary to look at, but drivers are using their cars less and driving more efficient vehicles, helping mitigate some pain at the...

Jul 8, 2022 Blog Post

Your polyester clothes might be trendy, but the fashion industry's reliance on plastic is becoming increasingly unsustainable and even dangerous - both for the environment...

Jun 29, 2022 Blog Post

When buying a car, it’s easy to wind up spending thousands more than you intended, especially if you’re at a dealership with tricks up...

Jun 29, 2022 Blog Post
Frequent leaks are resulting in death, injury and other damage to our health and environment

Methane gas - often known as natural gas - has been heating American homes for more than a century, and for over a century it...

Jun 23, 2022 Report

New and exciting models of carsharing are emerging that have the potential to live up to much of the mode’s initial promise, while also serving...

Jun 21, 2022 Blog Post

New York's subsidy for the Buffalo Bills' new stadium is the largest ever. It's also a bad – and unpopular – use of public money.

Jun 10, 2022 Blog Post

In the early 20th century, policymakers designed a system of pricing and paying for transportation geared toward meeting the needs of the times. A century...

Jun 9, 2022 Blog Post

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