Research at CEEP
Our center is working on numerous research projects at any given time. These projects have a wide range of topics within the context of energy and environmental policy. We have grouped our research projects into categories found below. The center is always forging new partnerships and open to new project sponsors. If your organization is interested in partnering with CEEP or sponsoring a research project please contact us.
Includes Renewable Energy, Conservation & Efficiency, & Policy
Includes Brownfields & Environmental Justice Issues
Includes Climate Change & Environmental Policy Issues
Includes Technology, Environment and Society
Includes Sustainability & Sustainable Development Topics
Includes Watershed Management & Water Policy
Greening the desert: Growing halophytes on unproductive land with saltwater irrigationHalophytes have evolved to survive and reproduce in the high saline conditions found in coasts, wetlands, and inland deserts.
Impacts of shale boom in the U.S. and beyondIncreased shale production may not keep oil and gas prices down in the long-term as a prolonged price slump could tighten profit margins forcing firms to delay investment projects.
Frankensalmon: A growing concern over GMO farmed salmonAs the global economy continues to grow, there is an increasing demand for more protein in people’s daily diet.
Enhancing resiliency and adaptive capacity of indigenous peoples to climate change risks in PhilippinesDr. Manuta is the recipient of 2014 CEEP Alumni Achievement Award and will chair this year’s annual EEPSA Conference.
Dr. Byrne interviewed by South Korean TVIn November 2013, Dr. John Byrne visited S. Korea as a member of the advisory panel on improving Seoul’s energy self-sufficiency. He was also interviewed by Arirang TV, a S. Korean TV.