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There is no doubt that America is a country with deep divisions, but angry political rhetoric and the tribalization of partisan loyalties have drowned out...

Dec 8, 2020 Blog Post
Big Projects. Bigger Price Tags. Limited Benefits.

Now is no time to fritter away scarce public resources on wasteful boondoggle projects. Yet across the country, state and local governments continue to move...

Dec 8, 2020 Report

Energy leasing on U.S. public lands makes these lands a major contributor to the country’s greenhouse gas emissions - but it doesn’t have to be...

Dec 7, 2020 Blog Post

Back-up generators emit greenhouse gases and toxic gases, harming the environment and our health. Back-up batteries don't. We need policies nationwide that will make batteries...

Nov 24, 2020 Blog Post
An infrastructure plan to make our families and communities safer, healthier and more resilient

The transition to new leadership in Washington, D.C., creates the opportunity for the nation to turn the page in a new year -- not just...

Nov 24, 2020 Report

While it’s no secret that many consumers are facing financial distress during COVID-19, data from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau can shed some light on...

Nov 10, 2020 Blog Post

The growth in renewable energy has exceeded our wildest expectations over the past few decades. If we continue to set ambitious goals, a clean energy...

Nov 9, 2020 Blog Post
Producer Responsibility Policies to Move the U.S. Toward Zero Waste

Producer responsibility programs are a valuable tool for tackling the plastic waste crisis. They have a successful track record of shifting incentives for producers away...

Oct 29, 2020 Report

Updates on recent Frontier Group research and analysis.

Oct 28, 2020 Blog Post

“Electrifying everything” at the same time that “everything” is getting bigger, heavier, more energy intensive and more wasteful is a recipe for endless technological tail-chasing....

Oct 26, 2020 Blog Post

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