50 shades of green: LEED-certified buildings may be thing of the past at UNLV

By Jessica Segovia UNLV’s Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) certification could be on its way out due to the high cost of certification and lack of performance. LEED certification is a third party green certification of a structure, according to the U.S. Green Building Council. LEED certification is one of the country’s most prestigious approval systems for ...Full Article

Pass the energy bill

Supporting legislation key to dealing with climate challengesFull Article

Red Bull drink does not give you wings

Professor and students find lack of “magical” ingredientsFull Article

In brief

Lecture postponedFull Article

'N' word scare: the role of nuclear energy

Foreign oil dependency leaves U.S. vulnerable America’s dependence on foreign oil for energy is by far one of its biggest weaknesses. The U.S. is the world’s largest importer of ...Full Article

Campus draws big names, protestors

 Campus draws big names, protestors Nevada senator partners with UNLV to bring high-profile energy ...Full Article

Going green, getting renewed

 Renewable Energy Symposium UNLV hosts renewable energy discussion, brings attention to field researchFull Article

Despite cuts, research fueled by hydrogen

Center for Energy Research workers awarded for green energy idea, hydrogen research effortsFull Article

New minor renews education

 New minor renews education Solar and renewable energy takes on new role for students interested ...Full Article

Sun damage to your wallet

Summer tips for lowering your energy bill and making your home energy efficientFull Article
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