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Global Warming

YIMBYism may not yet be a coherent movement or a policy platform. But as an orientation to the world , YIMBYism represents an invitation to...

Oct 1, 2018 Blog Post

My 9-year-old son knows that he wants to have children of his own someday. His dedication to these theoretical children astounds me, but...

Sep 27, 2018 Blog Post

Thousands of leaders from all over the world descended upon San Francisco last week for the first Global Climate Action Summit, hosted by the governor...

Sep 21, 2018 Blog Post

There are two ways to rationally approach the climate apocalypse – one individual and one communal. For one’s own benefit, it might make sense...

Sep 6, 2018 Blog Post

We face a critical choice right now: we can change our lifestyles to minimize global warming -- or we can let global warming claim our...

Aug 30, 2018 Blog Post
A Bold, Broad Strategy to Cut Pollution and Reduce Carbon Emissions in the Midwest

By transforming our vehicles, rethinking the design of our cities and towns, maximizing the benefits of new technologies, and doubling down on proven strategies...

Aug 9, 2018 Report
Millions of Americans Breathe Polluted Air

In 2016, 73 million Americans experienced more than 100 days of degraded air quality. That is equal to more than three months of the year...

Jun 27, 2018 Report
Big Projects. Bigger Price Tags. Limited Benefits.

America’s infrastructure is in rough shape. Many of our roads, bridges and transit systems are aging and in need of repair. Yet, year after year,...

Jun 26, 2018 Report

In an opinion piece for CNN, policy analyst Alana Miller argues that fossil fuel extraction has no place near America's most special places, like the...

Jun 25, 2018 Blog Post

A future in which small-scale electric and manually-powered mobility can work its transformative magic is one in which our cities must make a bold commitment...

Jun 21, 2018 Blog Post

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