J. Scott Holladay, UT professor of Economics and Baker Fellow in Energy & Environment and Rebecca J.
Charles Sims, Faculty Fellow, Howard H. Baker Jr.
Tennessee spends less than almost any other state on its highways and roads on a per capita basis but enjoys
Dr. John Nolt, UT professor of Philosophy, Baker Fellow in Energy & Environment and long-time environmental advocate, has written a
Baker Fellow, Dr.
Integrated resource planning is essential, but it’s not enough.
Dr. Charles Sims examined the Economic Potential of South Knoxville’s Urban Wilderness trail. The Urban Wilderness trail system in South
Dr. David Greene, a Baker Fellow in Energy and Environment, has an updated paper published online by Energy Policy.
Dr. David Greene examined the infrastructure for alternative transportation refueling and provides his results in this white paper.
Baker Fellow and former ORNL corporate Fellow, David Greene, has authored a policy brief looking at the topic of gasoline