CUEL Grey Papers
Grey is the color of urban streets, factories and concrete flood channels, as well as the smokestack clouds, tailpipe emissions and stormwater runoff generated by our cities. CUEL Grey Papers steer clear of abstract debates and instead focus on tangible legal and regulatory strategies to improve environmental conditions in and caused by cities. CUEL Grey Papers are for use in the real world. Topics to be addressed by CUEL Grey Papers include the 2010 federal directive to remove vegetation along urban river and creek levees, urban open space and parkland under the federal America’s Great Outdoors initiative launched in 2010, and the regulatory framework for expansion of distributed urban solar power generation in California.
Grey Papers by CUEL Co-Directors and Affiliates
Grey Paper No. 1: Air Pollution & Environmental Inequity