Dr. Tony Reames has been selected for the renowned Grist 50 Fixers List for his work on energy justice. His study on energy-efficient light bulb prices and availability, with graduate students Ben Stacey and Michael Reiner, appeared on Grist.org in 2018 in an article titled "Going green is harder for Detroit’s low-income communities." Grist 50 … Continue reading Dr. Reames makes Grist 50 Fixers List
U-M FACULTY AND EXTERNAL PARTNERS TACKLE POVERTY IN MICHIGAN AND BEYOND (Reposted from U-M Poverty Solutions, September 17, 2017) Eliminating the path to energy poverty Just as with property taxes, energy bills often require low-income families to make decisions about whether to pay for food and other basic needs, or keep the lights on and water … Continue reading Urban Energy Justice Lab Studies Equity in State Energy Efficiency Policies with U-M Poverty Solutions Grant
Sydney Forrester reflects on her internship as a Summer Associate and Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) in Boulder, CO.
Kely Markley reflects on her summer internship as an Environment Fellow at The Kresge Foundation in Troy, Michigan.
Michael Reiner reflects on his summer research internship at Texas Energy Poverty Research Institute in Austin.
Kely Markley presented at the 2017 National Environmental Justice Conference.
Professor Reames gave the lunch and learn keynote at the Detroit Branch of the NAACP's Energy Justice Training & Roundtable.