Energy Bite

Nick Muller, a visiting professor at Carnegie Mellon University explains whether Gross Domestic Product is a good way to gauge the effects of environmental policy.

Electric vehicles are gaining popularity because of perceived benefits to the environment. Nick Muller, a visiting professor at Carnegie Mellon, explains how to know if an electric vehicle is right for...

Are regulations really necessary to address environmental issues, or can they be addressed by the market? Nick Muller, a visiting professor at Carnegie Mellon, explains how environmental issues are addressed by...

Can one technology solution possibly address climate change? Inês Azevedo, associate professor at the Department of Engineering and Public Policy and co-Director for the Climate and Energy Decision Making (CEDM) Center...

Are renewable energy sources always good, or are there areas where they have less positive impact on the environment? Inês Azevedo, associate professor at the Department of Engineering and Public Policy...

Have you heard about rebates being used to get people to switch to more energy efficient devices? Inês Azevedo, associate professor at the Department of Engineering and Public Policy and co-Director...

Inês Azevedo, associate professor at the Department of Engineering and Public Policy and co-Director for the Climate and Energy Decision Making (CEDM) Center at Carnegie Mellon University, explains what factors we...

Inês Azevedo, associate professor at the Department of Engineering and Public Policy and co-Director for the Climate and Energy Decision Making (CEDM) Center at Carnegie Mellon University, explains how we store...

Stephen Lee, professor in Carnegie Mellon's School of Architecture, explains how to determine if installing solar panels on the roof of your home makes economic sense.

Can heat from the ground reduce home energy costs? Stephen Lee, professor in Carnegie Mellon's School of Architecture, explains how a ground-source heating pump helps regulate the temperature indoors.