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Americans cooking at home these days are putting a higher value on good food. Europeans love quality food and support strong food safety rules. We...

Sep 25, 2020 Blog Post

The clothing industry is responsible for a huge carbon footprint. Rather than contributing to the problem, we as consumers can be a part of the...

Sep 24, 2020 Blog Post

What happens when policymakers prioritize highway ribbon cutting ceremonies over repairs to critical infrastructure?

Sep 22, 2020 Blog Post

Plastic waste sits in landfills, cities, and forests. It breaks down into microplastics that fill the ocean, accumulate in wildlife, and cause health problems in...

Sep 15, 2020 Blog Post

Decarbonizing our energy production, transportation system and industrial sector would accomplish most of America's climate goals. And most Americans want federal action on the environment....

Sep 11, 2020 Blog Post

Bicycling is a reminder that a different world is possible – a world where people move a bit slower but more joyfully; where our neighborhoods...

Sep 10, 2020 Blog Post

The buses on the road today are already helping fight global warming, as they allow millions of people to get around without a car. Once...

Sep 10, 2020 Blog Post

Testing failures led to the widespread COVID-19 transmission. New, recently approved technology may finally help get outbreaks under control.

Sep 9, 2020 Blog Post

The coronavirus pandemic has forced Americans to substitute virtual interactions for many things we’d rather do in-person. Expanded access to telemedicine is one change precipitated...

Sep 9, 2020 Blog Post

In today’s deeply polarized political landscape it’s hard to find issues that Americans agree on. But a bipartisan recognition of the importance of protecting our...

Sep 8, 2020 Blog Post

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