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Bill McKibben previsualizes a world without combustion

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Bill McKibben previsualizes a world without combustion

Towards safe drinking water and clean cooking for all

Boiled or Bottled: Regional and Seasonal Exposures to Drinking Water Contamination and Household Air Pollution in Rural China

Burn to kill: Wood ash a silent killer in Africa

Using repeat surveys to assess the impact of COVID‐19 on household energy use in Jharkhand, India

Everybody stacks: Lessons from household energy case studies to inform design principles for clean energy transitions

Household Air Pollution from Solid Cookfuels and Health

NYT: The Return of London’s Fog

Conditional cash transfers for energy poverty… and murder reduction

LED lighting: an accelerated learning curve?

EIA: World petroleum use sets record high in 2012 despite declines in North America and Europe

EIA: World energy consumption will increase 56% by 2040

Report of the US-China Climate Change Working Group

Details on ‘Power Africa,’ the White House’s new plan for electrification across sub-Saharan Africa

The Koch coke pile in Detroit

Air Pollution Linked to 1.2 Million Premature Deaths in China

Wind industry installs almost 5,300 MW of capacity in December

In 2011, China consumed nearly as much coal as the rest of the world combined

The Imported Landscapes of Petur Thomsen

Burn: An Energy Journal

Assessing Willingness to Pay for Environmental Health Interventions

You don't get what you expect, you get what you inspect.