New England is Facing a Gas Shortage that Could Threaten Many this Winter. What can be Done? With winter fast approaching, many New England states and their residents are at risk of not having enough fuel to meet their heating and power generation…
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The DOE Wants to Cut the Cost of Geothermal by 90%. Simplifying Geothermal Permitting Could Help it Get There.November 14, 2022 by Diego Huerta Energy Renewable Energy
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Energy Justice in Puerto Rico: On the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Maria, Hurricane Fiona exposes the continuing failures of Puerto Rico's energy systemOctober 17, 2022 by Megan Bechtel
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The Biden Administration’s Stopgap Immigration Reform Leaves the United States Unprepared for Climate RefugeesApril 30, 2022 by Eric Dolce
Spring 2022 has brought big changes to America’s asylum system. On April 1st, President Joe Biden ended the controversial rule known as “Title 42” through which the Department of Homeland Security has expelled thousands of asylum seekers who crossed…