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(background in hydrometeorology, climate research, aviation weather forecasting, automated observing networks and the impacts of air pollution on health.)
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share by Email Will electric cargo bikes stuffed with parcels unclog Montreal's downtown core and reduce the noise and air pollution that delivery trucks pump out every day? Mayor Valérie Plante is betting…
Bill PugsleyMontreal is piloting a system where deliveries stop outside the core, then are brought in with smaller EV trucks
Los Angeles Times
Ma Jie and Kae Inoue
– Sep 13, 2019, 4:00 AM
Put together the best solar panels money can buy, super-efficient batteries and decades of car-making know-how and, theoretically, a vehicle might run forever. That's the audacious goal of a project by Toyota Motor Corp., Sharp Corp. and the New…
Bill PugsleyIf the car is driven four days a week for a maximum of 31 miles a day, there’s no need to plug into an outlet,
London School of Economics and Political Science
– Jun 21, 2019, 2:59 AM
Academic flying is often justified on the basis that international conferences and travel are important to the production of new knowledge. As such, travel brings researchers into contact with new ideas, allows them to share and refine their own…
Bill Pugsleyeven when accounting for department, position and gender, we found no relationship between how much academics travel and their total citation count or their hIa (a version of h-index adjusted for academic age).