In the Media

May 2018
Kelly Sims Gallagher quoted on why Carbon Monitoring System is needed to track whether countries are falling in line with emission reductions laid out in the Obama-era Paris climate agreement: Trump admin kills NASA project monitoring greenhouse gas emissions
May 2018
Kelly Sims Gallagher quoted on why measuring countries' emissions is crucial to Paris agreement goals: Trump White House axes Nasa research into greenhouse gas cuts
May 2018
Kelly Sims Gallagher and Phil Duffy, president of CIERP partner Woods Hole Research Center, are quoted on why cancelling NASA's Carbon Monitoring System is a mistake: Trump White House quietly cancels NASA research verifying greenhouse gas cuts
May 2018
The EPA says burning wood to generate power is ‘carbon-neutral.’ Is that true? William Moomaw, writing for The Conversation, addresses the issue.
May 2018
Professor Emeritus William Moomaw co-authors New York Times Opinion piece on the science behind forest biomass: Pruitt Is Wrong on Burning Forests for Energy
April 2018
From Renewable Energy Magazine: New “Faces of Energy” Website Provides Global View of Gender and Socially Inclusive Sustainable Energy Efforts. Contributors include CIERP Professor of Practice Rachel Kyte and former CIERP fellow Rebecca Pearl-Martinez
March 2018
Kevin Knobloch presents on Where Next on Climate? Responses from America’s Corporate Board Rooms
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