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Dale Sartor, Environmental Energy Technologies Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Labs
Our simulations showed greenhouse gases alone are not nearly enough to be responsible for the snow melt," says study leader Surabi Menon, a physicist and staff scientist in Berkeley Lab's Environmental Energy Technologies Division.
The burning of tobacco releases nicotine in the form of a vapour that adsorbs strongly onto indoor surfaces, such as walls, floors, carpeting, drapes and furniture," said Hugo Destaillats, a chemist with the Indoor Environment Department of Berkeley Lab's Environmental Energy Technologies Division.
We're not there preaching they should emulate the United States and our experience," said Ashok Gadgil, acting director of the Environmental Energy Technologies Division.
The Environmental Energy Technologies Division (EETD) of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has signed a contract with Interactive1 to provide mission critical development and consultancy services on a number of US Government sites advising consumers on how to cope with the energy crisis in California.
In today's economic and environmental climate, it is important that we highlight corporations' demonstrated commitment to pushing the envelope in improving data center operations," said a GEIT Awards judge Bill Tschudi, program manager at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab's Environmental Energy Technologies Division.
We are looking forward to working with the Philips team to develop new technologies for dramatically reducing building energy use and mitigating greenhouse gas emissions," said Arun Majumdar, Director of the Environmental Energy Technologies Division at Berkeley Lab.