Sustainable Consumption Stories
A new study found campus carbon hotspots not just in infrastructure but in people's behavior—such as travel to conferences, student commutes, and purchases of research materials.
Material efficiency in home construction could save up to 50 billion metric tons of carbon emissions by 2050; for cars, the savings is up to 26 billion metric tons
A new study suggests that reducing energy demand is a cheap, reliable strategy to fight climate change.
A study that got people daydreaming about winning the lottery yields hope for a more sustainable society
Carbon labeling shifts consumer behavior. But does that actually translate to fewer emissions?
Researchers conducted a study to figure out how to change the way people think about electric car range
Researchers find two ways to redesign restaurant menus to reduce the climate impact of eating out.
Why burn lignin when you could use it to fly an airplane? Research shows lignin-based jet fuel performs better with lower emissions than petro-fuels
An extensive new study tested a different nudges and found a few simple, cheap ones that reduced a meal's carbon footprint by up to 76%.
The new enzyme works at lower temperatures than previous ones, which would make it greener, faster, and cheaper