@DataDrivenYale in the News The LA Times: The U.S. is abdicating its role as the world’s climate leader. Can China take its place? The Hartford Courant: Study Shows Differences In Municipal Support For Residential Solar Power Science Daily: City, corporate actions are crucial to global climate response, researchers say Grist: The United States ranks pathetically low on list of greenest nations Bloomberg: Companies and Cities Vow to Cut More Pollution Than India Emits TreeHugger: 10 Greenest Countries on the Planet New Haven Register: Yale scorecard ranks towns’ solar progress Grist: Here are the countries that are the best — and worst — at protecting the environment Atlantic CityLab: Half the World Still Breathes Polluted Air Travel & Leisure: How Green is Your Destination? Mashable: India has the most polluted cities, yet the world doesn't pay attention Solar Reviews: Yale grades Connecticut Municipalities on Solar Friendliness Foreign Policy: Can a Planned Economy Turn China's Gray Skies Blue Again? Nature: Cities bask in spotlight at Paris Climate talks Grist: Grist50 - Angel Hsu Vice: India borrows page from China's playbook in dealing with air pollution Republican American: Solar scorecards put Cheshire in the lead New York Times: China’s Carbon Emissions May Have Peaked, but It’s Hazy Atlantic CityLab: Mapping Global Air Pollution Down to the Neighborhood Level Atlantic CityLab: How Portable Air Sensors are Changing Pollution Detection American Prospect: Can cities take the lead on climate change?