What would Google do? What digital transformation tells us about evaluation

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Giving Thanks by Giving Back

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Let's Give Local Governments More Than Five Minutes

As a relative newbie in the energy efficiency world, I was…

Be Careful What You Ask For... Designing Survey & Interview Questions for Optimal Results

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Reflections on the ACEEE Summer Study – Change is Afoot

I found myself thinking a lot about change at this year’s…

Process Evaluation: A Marketer’s Best Friend?

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Insights and Updates from this Year’s AMA Advanced Research Techniques Forum

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Why the customer is [still] always right

Climate Change and Business Journal recently sat down with Research Into Action President Jane Peters to talk about key issues related to the future of energy, clean technology, and climate change.

Research Into Action crushes it at the Bike Commute Challenge

Every September, Research Into Action participates in the Bike Commute Challenge sponsored by the Bicycle Transportation Alliance of Oregon.

City of Portland recognizes Research Into Action

Research Into Action led a four-firm team in a four-million dollar, five-year study that provided a comprehensive evaluation of the Department of Energy’s four-year, $500 million stimulus-funded Better Buildings Neighborhood Program (BBNP).