Putting a price on carbon pollution should be a central element in any strategy for addressing global warming, the existential challenge of our time. But how does carbon pricing work and what role should it play? How should it be implemented? How should revenues be used? Carbon Pricing 101 addresses these questions and more, and contains key information for charting a course toward carbon neutrality.

Beginning our look back at 25 years of Frontier Group: the research we've produced, and the partnerships and people that made it all possible.

Susan Rakov

“Change” is often seen as synonymous with “sacrifice,” especially where the environment is concerned. But sometimes giving things up is no sacrifice at all. There are some fossil fuel-intensive activities that make us absolutely miserable. The opportunity to get rid of some of those activities shouldn’t be seen as a sacrifice, but rather as a tantalizing treat. 

Tony Dutzik

As the pandemic nears its end and we start heading out into the world, will we go back to how things used to be, or will we take this opportunity to build a new normal?

Susan Rakov

The New York Times cites our study with U.S. PIRG Education Fund on staff shortages at nursing homes in its report on the heavy burdens faced by the nation's healthcare workers.

New England has the offshore wind resources to supply its electricity needs many times over. Yahoo News reports on our latest research and describes how offshore wind plans for the region may be about to take off.

Tony Dutzik spoke with the New York Times about the commuter tax benefit -- a program that is designed to encourage transit use, yet is far from a perfect solution.

Marketplace cited our study on PPE shortages at nursing homes in describing the COVID-19 vaccine rollout.

Bloomberg Citylab took a deep dive into Highway Boondoggles 6, and the wasteful highway projects that continued to move forward "in a coronavirus-challenged year."

InvestigateTV looks into whether U.S. consumers should prepare for a wave of repossessions to sweep the country now that moratoriums are expiring, referencing our recent finding on record auto debt at the beginning of the pandemic.