PNAS paper in the news

Apoorv Lal’s second paper, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), explores the promotion of climate sustainability through the synergistic combination of green hydrogen and cryptocurrency, driving energy transition and decarbonization. Media coverage includes, but is not limited to:

A PNAS paper by Apoorv Lal, a graduate student from PEESE, titled “Climate Concerns and the Future of Nonfungible Tokens: Leveraging Environmental Benefits of the Ethereum Merge,” has garnered media attention. A selection of the coverage includes, but is not limited to:

Another 2023 paper from our team, led by Yanqiu Tao and in collaboration with Microsoft, was published in PNAS. The paper, titledClimate mitigation potentials of teleworking are sensitive to changes in lifestyle and workplace rather than ICT usage” received extensive media coverage. Selected outlets include: