Archive: Climate & Energy

20 Articles

Climate & Energy
Ryan Levandowski
The Breakdown

The Breakdown: Electric Vehicles

What does the future of electric vehicles look like? Georgetown Climate Center's Ryan Levandowski answers this and other questions you may have about EVs in this issue's…

October 17, 2022

Climate & Energy
Maria Petrova

Seven Reasons to Learn About Energy

A sustainable future calls for a changing energy landscape. Dr. Maria Petrova lays down seven reasons to learn about our energy system and how we can act to improve. …

October 17, 2022

Alannah Nathan
Climate & Energy

Is the oil and gas industry ready for the energy transition? 

Much of the success–or failure–of the energy transition hinges on the role of the oil and gas industry. Common Home editor Alannah Nathan shares insights from her current…

October 15, 2022

Climate & Energy
Environmental Health

Preparing for Climate Disasters

All sectors are–and will continue to be–increasingly affected by climate change. The medical field is no exception. Whether responding to patients adversely affected by…

October 2, 2022

Alannah Nathan
Anthony Green
Climate & Energy
Environmental Health
First Responders
Interviews

An Australian Firefighter on the Frontlines of Climate Change

Anthony Green is a volunteer firefighter from the New South Wales Rural Fire Service, the largest fire service in the world with over 70,000 volunteers. We recently spoke with…

September 6, 2022

Climate & Energy
David Bailey

Consequences on the Global Energy Transition in the Wake of Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

Professor David Bailey reflects on the future of Europe and the U.S.'s energy transition in the wake of Russia's attack of Ukraine. While he expects an increase in fossil fuel…

August 25, 2022

Climate & Energy
Environmental Justice
Sadie Morris

Statehood Denied

The burden on the environment and DC’s minority residents Author: Sadie Morris, SFS ’22 & Common Home Editor Washington, D.C. is simultaneously one of the most…

August 25, 2022

Chiara Pappalardo
Climate & Energy
Spring 2022

The Energy Transition Calls on All of Us

Chiara Pappalardo, International Economic Law Fellow at Georgetown University Law Center discusses the current limitations within environmental curriculum and how integration of…

June 17, 2022

Climate & Energy
Environmental Justice
Malina Brannen

Climate Migration: the Change We Aren’t Talking About

Georgetown college student Malina Brannen breaks down the relationship between climate change and immigration policy and looks at the current state of policy domestically and…

June 10, 2022

Climate & Energy
Emily Prest
Joan Lombardi
Spring 2022

Safeguarding the Future Generation

Joan Lombardi and Emily Prest explore the particular vulnerabilities of children in the climate crisis, what is being done to address them, and how children are demanding action…

June 3, 2022