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Professor Andy Hoffman, writing in The Conversation, explains the profound impact of the pope’s encyclical on climate change.
Writing in The Conversation, Professor Andy Hoffman says more academics are thinking broadly about the scholar’s place in public discourse.
In a new book, Michigan Ross Professor Andy Hoffman explains how to have a more productive conversation about climate change.
Prof. Andy Hoffman, writing in the Chronicle of Higher Education, says academics should make themselves a part of policy debates.
Michigan Ross Professor Tom Lyon explores the motivations behind exaggerations and undue modesty about environmental efforts.
Michigan Ross lecturer says big cities will continue to draw the best and brightest, with Detroit on the rise.
Michigan Ross Professor Achyuta Adhvaryu shows that looking only at energy savings doesn’t give the full picture.
In Stanford University Press blog post, Professor Andy Hoffman shows how politics trumps science in the climate change debate.