CIEE is excited to celebrate Earth Month 2023! Here are some simple tips to reduce household waste and save energy in our everyday lives.
Abstract submissions are open for the 2023 Behavior, Energy, and Climate Change (BECC) Conference! Submit by April 1st, 2023.
Alanna Cooney, PhD student in Mechanical Engineering at UC Berkeley and recipient of the 2022 Art Rosenfeld Award, shares how the award has helped further her research on thermal energy storage.
CIEE Postdoctoral Scholar Dr. Miriam Aczel reviews Rewilding: India’s Experiments in Saving Nature by Bahar Dutt.
The use of residential smart technology has led to new energy efficiency investments, but important questions remain regarding who benefits from home energy digitalization and how to ensure it is equitable. Empowering and engaging with people, particularly the most vulnerable, is key to better understanding and utilizing these technologies.
Over the past decade, the Building Efficiency for a Sustainable Tomorrow (BEST) Center has worked to promote energy-efficient and healthy building operations by advancing building science and technician education. As 2022 draws to a close, we look back at an exciting year of projects and achievements.
From expanding collaborations to driving policy, CIEE Director Carl Blumstein discusses the organization’s role in effecting change in the coming decades.
Study Shows Californian Wildfires May Exacerbate Health Disparities and Environmental Justice Concerns
Dr. Michele Barbato’s new research paper raises health concerns about air pollution from the increasing number of Californian wildfires.
This year’s event will showcase CalFlexHub’s innovative portfolio of projects, amplify solution-centered conversations with leading experts, and provide opportunities for attendee collaboration and networking.
Co-hosted by the BEST Center and LBNL, the 2023 Annual Institute is the premier event for college faculty, students, and technical professionals aspiring to improve their knowledge and application of high-performance building operations.