Global warming. Renewable fuels. Air
pollution. Energy conservation. These topics dominate much of today’s
news, and they dominate much of Barry Rabe’s thoughts.
Rabe is a professor of public policy at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and also teaches in the school of natural resources and environment. Over the last several years, he’s become an authority on how the states have taken initiatives to lessen their impact on the climate.
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Climate scholar Barry Rabe studies the role states play in developing standards for renewable energy production.
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