• 09/13/2023


    09/13/2023: Sustainability and Governance Lab professors featured at Florida State University News (Read More) FSU researchers earn NSF grant to study energy equity and energy poverty By: Mark Blackwell Thomas  | Published: September 13, 2023 | 10:32 am | Two Florida State University researchers have earned a grant from the National Science Foundation  to study energy…

  • 09/29/2022


    09/29/2022: Dr. Tian Tang’s paper “Perception of Hurricane and COVID-19 Risks for Household Evacuation and Shelter Intentions” has been published in The Professional Geographer. It tests households’ evacuation decisions given the potential conflicts between the perceived risks from a hurricane and the coexisting pandemic.

  • 07/12/2022


    07/12/2022: Dr. Heewon Lee’s paper “Public Service Delivery on Mobile Apps: Factors of Diversification and Coproduction” has been published in the International Journal of Public Administration. Her study builds an understanding of local governments’ decisions to provide public services using mobile apps and incorporating interactive services for coproduction.

  • 05/25/2022


    05/25/2022: Dr. Heewon Lee has published her single-authored article “Collaborative governance platforms and outcomes: An analysis of Clean Cities coalitions” in the Governance. This research examines the way collaborative platforms create, scale, and affect the outcome of supplying alternative fueling infrastructure.

  • 04/21/2022


    04/21/2022: Yixin Liu successfully defended his dissertation and will start his postdoc in the Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration (PARCC) at Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs this summer. Congratulations, Dr. Liu!

  • 03/08/2022


    03/08/2022: Our paper “Encouraging voluntary government action via a solar-friendly designation program to promote solar energy in the United States” has been published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. This article reports the results of a national evaluation we did for The Solar Foundation’s SolSmart Program.

  • 03/01/2022


    03/01/2022: We launched our interdisciplinary research project: “Developing A Platform to Incorporate Net-Zero Targets in Upgrading Infrastructure Resilience in the Florida Panhandle”. The project is sponsored by the FSU Collaborative Collision Program (Award: $25,000; PI: Dr. Tian Tang).