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A new study led by Argonne National Laboratory found that electric vehicles will soon have the potential to cost less to own and operate than traditional gas vehicles, all while cutting greenhouse gas emissions by half over the lifetime of the vehicle.
Community Research on Climate and Urban Science will conduct neighborhood-scale climate research aimed at advancing scientific understanding and empowering communities to identify climate and energy solutions for a sustainable future.
New climate models on warming water temperatures in the Great Lakes region show that small differences in lake surface temperatures have a big impact on summer climate, fueling extreme weather. This is crucial information for climate resilience planning.