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Policy Memo
Protecting Workers from Extreme Heat through an Energy-efficient Workplace Cooling Transformation

…evaluate equitable deployment and maintenance of energy-efficient worker-centric cooling. This plan presents a unique and timely opportunity to build upon existing national clean energy, climate, and infrastructure commitments and goals…

04.03.24 | 9 min read
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Science Policy
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Policy Memo
A Comprehensive Strategy to Address Extreme Heat in Schools

…part of the tax credits and clean energy initiatives.  More funding should be made available for green schoolyards to increase natural cooling. For example, the CAL FIRE Green Schoolyards grants…

04.02.24 | 11 min read
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Science Policy
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Policy Memo
Adapting the Nation to Future Temperatures through Heat-Resilient Procurement

…targets. Requiring heat resilience would further push markets toward adaptation. Executive Order 14057 on catalyzing American clean energy industries and jobs through federal sustainability and the accompanying Federal Sustainability Plan…

04.02.24 | 6 min read
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FAS
Blog
Renewing the Call for Bold Policy Ideas

…memo focused on these questions. Energy and Environment Steps to accelerate a clean energy transition and ensure a world resilient to a changing climate. FAS’s own Zoë Brouns authored a…

03.21.24 | 4 min read
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Technology & Innovation
Blog
Dr. Shawn Chen, Office of Science, Practical Science for the Future of Clean Energy

This series of interviews spotlights scientists working across the country to implement the Department of Energy’s massive efforts to transition the country to clean energy, and improve equity and address…

03.14.24 | 5 min read
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