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I recently spent 45 minutes making calls to straighten out a health care billing problem. Multiply my experience by that of millions of Americans, and...

Sep 17, 2019 Blog Post

Reflecting on the ways sustainability has been integrated into daily life on campus, and about the ways in which large-scale sustainability could, and should, be...

Sep 12, 2019 Blog Post

Plans for new logging in one of the world’s last remaining temperate rainforests are a disaster for Alaska and the global climate.

Sep 10, 2019 Blog Post

Concern about the Trump administration's proposed rollback of methane rules shouldn’t distract us from the fundamental, ugly truth about natural gas: Even if it were...

Aug 29, 2019 Blog Post

What will it take to spark Copenhagen-style public demand for bike-friendly streets in U.S. cities?

Aug 29, 2019 Blog Post

Sometimes it might seem as though we need to scrap it all and start over. But while much of America’s current infrastructure is environmentally threatening...

Aug 22, 2019 Blog Post
A Decade of Progress Toward a Clean Energy Future

America is in the midst of a clean energy revolution. Currently, wind and solar energy provide nearly 10 percent of our nation’s electricity and in...

Aug 22, 2019 Report

On July 1, Boston’s public transportation agency, the MBTA, instituted a 6% fare increase. While the hike had been approved back in March, two crippling...

Aug 21, 2019 Blog Post

Last month the city of Berkeley, California, banned natural gas infrastructure from new buildings. The most obvious reason for the ordinance is enough to justify...

Aug 19, 2019 Blog Post

Major road construction projects are usually met with warnings of “carmageddon” and nightmarish visions of suffocating bottlenecks. But while our gut instincts tell us that...

Aug 16, 2019 Blog Post

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