Recent Blog Posts and News Coverage

  • This past winter in Nashville was unusually warm and rainy. And it looks like spring will be, too. I was quoted in a story at the Tennessean about the unusually warm and wet winter in 2018–19: “Winters have gotten so warm in the last 20 or so years that people forget. Weather that wouldn’t have been remarkably cold 30 or 40 years ago seems extraordinarily cold today.”

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  • New paper on employers who offer energy efficiency benefits to their employees

    I have a new paper in the journal Energy Efficiency, co-authored with Alex Maki, Emmett McKinney, Mike Vandenbergh, and Mark Cohen, about employers who offer employee benefits to promote energy efficiency.

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Recent Publications

  • , Carrots and sticks in private climate governance, Texas A&M Law Review 6, 179–198.
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  • et al., Dialogue: Beyond politics: The private governance response to climate change, Environmental Law Reporter 48, 11049–11062.
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  • , , & , Topic modeling the president: Conventional and computational methods, George Washington Law Review 86, 1243–1315.
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  • et al., Employee energy benefits: What are they and what effects do they have on employees?, Energy Efficiency.
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Recent & upcoming Teaching