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A Wisconsin and Southern locomotive engine passes in front of the Blount St. natural gas power plant in Madison, Wisconsin. A bicycle is parked in the foreground.

A Syllabus for Contextualizing Energy Policy Debates

Visions of the future of United States energy production cannot be understood without a good sense of the past. We’ve gathered some of the most helpful sources for thinking historically about energy.

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Mining for Change in Bolivia

Despite changing political contexts, mining continues to define culture and landscapes in Bolivia.

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May 2016 Recommendations

Edgy Stuff: May 2016 Recommendations

May 2016 recommendations from the Edge Effects editorial board.

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Atomic Cities, the Mirage of Safety, and the Word “Environment”: A Conversation with Kate Brown

CHE’s upcoming symposium asks: how useful is it to talk about the “environment”? Is there a better word or framework? Dr. Kate Brown gives us her answer as she shares her research on atomic cities.

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