Donâ€™t like reading scholarly mumbo-jumbo? Youâ€™re not alone. Questions of energy, environment, and society are too important to remain in the ivory tower. Below are a number of concise articles Iâ€™ve written for anyone wanting to know more about energy and society.
Aeon Magazine, â€œNew Tech Only Benefits the Elite Until the People Demand More.â€ September 3, 2016.
Washington Center for Equitable Growth, â€œEnergy Transitions in the United States: Worker Opportunities Past, Present, and Future.â€ March 7, 2016.
Zocalo Public Square, â€œThere is No Such Thing as a Spill-Proof Way to Transport Oil.â€ June 11, 2015. Reprinted in Time, The Houston Chronicle, and Orange County Registrar.
The Atlantic: â€œFraud, Failure, and Frustration: This is the Story of Americaâ€™s First Energy Transition.â€ April 15, 2014.
Huffington Post: â€œNatural Gas: Bridge or Dead End?â€ August 29, 2012.
Â Huffington Post: â€œKeystone Pipeline: Facts and Fictions.â€ March 22, 2012.
Huffington Post: â€œAn Oil Sand Marriage?â€ February 6, 2012.
ThinkProgress: â€œExxonâ€™s Climate Admission.â€ September 10, 2011.