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PEMS Development, Part IV

Markets typically do not react favorably when uncertainty or sudden changes are introduced. And any policy that is introduced without fully considering economic impacts will, invariably, introduce unintended change and uncertainty. Further, as it pertains to the...
PEMS Development, Part III

PEMS Development, Part III

As of late, much credit should be given to Dr. Kent Johnson and his colleagues at UC Riverside, CE-CERT. Kent & company (this includes Nicole Davis, Matt Barth, Wayne Miller, et. al.) have been running a “PEMS Workshop” conference at the Center for Environmental...
New Developments

New Developments

Dr. Karl Ropkins (University of Leeds, UK) presented at the 59th GASG Colloquium – “NOxious Gases and Particulates” at Castle Donington, Derby, UK, September 18th 2014.  A summary of the report can be found here  ⇒  Ropkins Summary If you would like a complete...

PEMS Development, Part II

Before we go any further on PEMS, it’s time to get “deep”.  So, let’s start by asking three simple questions. Question one: Q: “Why are products and services invented, developed, and sold in the first place?”  A: “To solve a problem” A second question: Q: “What...