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A history of painful experience shows us that averting future home-grown pandemics begins with transitioning away from factory farms.

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The federal government helped jump-start the nation’s rapid growth in renewable energy by taking smart action during the last recession. It can do so again, and do more.

As the pandemic continues, and especially as it winds down, it will be critical for policy-makers to keep their eyes open to changes happening on the ground and to look for opportunities to ensure that...

The emergency caused by COVID-19 should not lead us to rush to complete the build-out of highway projects that were bad ideas in the first place – much less fuel a new round of wasteful...

COVID-19 has shown us that the destruction of our forests and the ecosystems they support comes at a heavy price. If we continue to ignore the science warning of the lethal consequences of deforestation, then...

At a time of unprecedented economic and social uncertainty, debt collectors are harrassing consumers. Will the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau - the top cop on the beat in the financial marketplace - come to the...

A huge petrochemical plant is receiving $1.6 billion worth of subsidies from Pennsylvania. Does plastic manufacturing and fracking deserve that kind of support?

The current oil crash could soon mean hundreds, or even thousands more abandoned drilling sites. Who will pay to clean up the mess?

The current crisis calls upon us to build more resilience into our economy and our society; to build new structures so that even if a tightly coupled, highly complex global financial system does blow up,...

Policymakers can ensure that members of the public can fully engage with the policy process, even as we're hunkered down due to coronavirus. But some are doing it better than others.

Though the right response to wildfire often involves fleeing and the correct response to the coronavirus is to stay home, successful responses to public emergencies require a communal effort and rely on mutual trust...

The concept of “flattening the curve” isn’t just applicable to the management of a deadly pandemic – it also brings insights for how we might deal with other societal challenges, most notably climate change.

In moments of uncertainty and chaos, getting out into nature is more important than ever.

For decades, science has told us of the therapeutic benefits of spending time in natural surroundings. In moments of uncertainty and chaos, getting out into nature is more important than ever.

A handful of Frontier Group staff have regularly worked from home in recent years. As millions of Americans begin working from home temporarily, veteran work-from-home staff shared some tips on how they’ve grappled with the...

Now, with people struggling and in fear, is no time to prioritize bailing out the cruise ship industry or the fracking industry. When it comes to the health of the broader economy, we are likely...

Recent updates from Frontier Group on clean air, sustainable transportation, conservation and more.

With energy projects on public lands already responsible for almost a quarter of total U.S. greenhouse gas emissions, opening up yet more areas of protected land to the fossil fuel industry is bad news for...

Our transportation system produces more greenhouse gases than ever before. Our highways our clogged. We depend on polluting vehicles as much as ever. Sometimes you just need a good plan - and these days, there...

February's Las Vegas Democratic debate saw the discussion of an idea with dangerous implications: that cracking down on methane emissions from fracking can turn natural gas into a climate-friendly "bridge fuel." This idea represents a...

Like incandescent light bulbs and the coal-fired power plants, the internal combustion engines that power our cars and trucks are woefully inefficient - and major sources of pollution. What would it take to bring the...

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