Weinmeyer, R., Norling, A., Kawarski, M., & Higgins, E. The Safe Drinking Water Act of 1974 and Its Role in Providing Access to Safe Drinking Water in the United States.
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 67, 1360-1368.
Analyzing the Tranferability of the Swedish Waste-to-Energy Model to the United States.
Waste-to-energy success factors in Sweden and the United States.
Researchers believe that the increase in the level of sustainable development will result in sustainable economics and societies.
It will also have a very positive impact on sustainability in the future.
The team, from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence laboratory (CSAIL), reported that it can reduce energy requirements by using flash memory — the same kind used in smartphones — for data center caching.
MIT's Office of Sustainability (MITOS) has chosen the recipients for the first round of grants from its Campus Sustainability Incubator Fund.
Schools are focusing more and more heavily on cutting back on the energy they use and trying to reduce their impact on the environment.
The articles on these pages spotlight individual campus energy conservation programs, energy initiatives, solar installations, energy-related technology, HVAC, research, grants, policy, and other topics related to green campuses.