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After the deluge — cascading effects of extreme weather on human health

First come the flood and the mad rush of damages … and then come the more long-lasting adverse impacts continuing far beyond the initial headlines and hand-wringing. In this piece for Yale Climate Connections, Emily Jack-Scott (AGCI) and Sarah Spengeman (Energy Innovation Policy & Technology LLC®) explore the catastrophic consequences of climate events on human health and nutrition, and what can be done to lessen the threats and foster resilience.
By Emily Jack-Scott Sarah Spengeman
November 17, 2022
Offshore wind turbines

Distilling the key factors that drive social acceptance of ocean renewable energy

Many US coastal states are looking to the prospect of ocean renewable energy (ORE), particularly offshore wind, to help meet ambitious emissions reduction goals. Social science offers insight into who supports or opposes ORE and why, and suggests actions that could help promote a more just transition to ORE.
By Jessica Reilly-Moman
Research Review
June 23, 2022

Lessons from European renewable energy communities

By creating structures for marginalized communities to generate their own renewable electricity, community-driven programs like Europe's Renewable Energy Communities (RECs) have the potential to improve energy justice. However, as AGCI's Emily Jack-Scott and Energy Innovation Policy & Technology LLC®'s Hadley Tallackson explain, recent research illustrates how RECs must be carefully designed to not worsen energy inequities facing low-income and vulnerable households.
By Emily Jack-Scott Hadley Tallackson
May 17, 2022
Illustration of outdoor geothermal network showing district heating and cooling technology

The potential of hybrid clean energy systems to advance energy and climate justice

New research showcases how coupling existing state efforts to accelerate renewable energy adoption in underserved low-income communities and to replace aging gas distribution networks with district heating and cooling could transform overburdened communities into high energy-performance communities that are safer and more resilient.

By Marta Darby

Research Review
April 23, 2022

Tackling climate change includes seeking equitable mental health care

Researchers and health professionals are documenting an uptick in climate-related mental health stress. In this article for Yale Climate Connections, AGCI's Emily Jack-Scott and Energy Innovation Policy & Technology LLC®'s Michelle Solomon explore why more inclusive research is needed to address inequities in both climate-related mental health burden and the availability of support services in Indigenous and marginalized communities.
By Emily Jack-Scott Michelle Solomon
February 15, 2022
Graphic illustrating the convergence of stressors cause by climate change, air pollution, and the COVID-19 pandemic on mental health

Addressing inequities in the mental health burden of climate change

Recent articles highlight the challenges of studying the impacts of climate change on mental health, along with the lack of representation in current research among those most vulnerable to and most impacted by climate change.
By Emily Jack-Scott
Research Review
January 20, 2022

Workshop Summary - Advancing the Theory and Practice of Urban Heat Resilience

By Ladd Keith David Hondula Hunter Jones Sara Meerow V. Kelly Turner
Workshop Publication
October 19, 2021
Workshop Presentation
September 15, 2021

Intro to Ideas Lab

By V. Kelly Turner Ladd Keith Hunter Jones David Hondula Sara Meerow
Workshop Presentation
October 20, 2020

Panel Q&A

By Shubhayu Saha Tracey Woods Ellen Mecray
Workshop Presentation
October 19, 2020