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The Center for Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy at the Humphrey School focuses on public issues arising at the intersection of science, technology, environment, and society that shape economic development, environmental sustainability, human health, and well-being. By integrating science with public policy, community action, and multi-sector governance, the center advances the common good in a complex and diverse world.


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Community Shared Solar in Minnesota: Learning from the First 300 Megawatts

Chan, Gabriel; Grimley, Matthew; Arnold, Elizabeth; Evans, Isaac; Herbers, Jacob; Hoffman, Maureen; Ihde, Benjamin; Mazumder, Poulomi; Morgan, Jordan; Neuman, Nick; Streitz, Ryan (2018-03)
Community shared solar is an emerging approach to deploying solar energy that promises to expand the market for solar by allowing a group of electricity customers without roof space or access to capital to own, finance, ...

Issue Linkage in the Climate Regime: Gender Policies in Climate Finance

Chan, Gabriel; Forsberg, Lindsey; Garnaas-Halvorson, Peder; Holte, Samantha; Kim, DaSeul (2018-09)
Multiple international agreements, such as the 2015 Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement, express the norms of respecting and promoting the human rights of women and men and advancing gender equality. ...

Barriers and Opportunities for Distributed Energy Resources in Minnesota's Municipal Utilities and Electric Cooperatives

Chan, Gabriel; Lenhart, Stephanie; Forsberg, Lindsey; Grimley, Matthew; Wilson, Elizabeth (2019-02)

Barriers and Opportunities for Distributed Energy Resources in Minnesota's Municipal Utilities and Electric Cooperatives (Issue Brief)

Chan, Gabriel; Lenhart, Stephanie; Forsberg, Lindsey; Grimley, Matthew; Wilson, Elizabeth (2019-02)

Solar for Humanity: Nonprofit Solar Partnerships with Habitat for Humanity

Chan, Gabriel; Morgan, Jordan; Streitz, Ryan (2019-02)
As solar energy has become increasingly affordable due to technological change and public policy, possibilities for individuals to benefit from participating in solar deployment are growing. Yet these opportunities are not ...

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