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Global Warming

The biggest U.S. banks are among the largest worldwide funders of projects worsening global warming. Strong regulation and shareholder action can pressure these banks to...

Dec 30, 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

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

As America faces the climate crisis, it is good to know that many of the nation’s leading colleges are taking their responsibility to build a...

Aug 19, 2020 Blog Post

From mass extinctions to super storms and melting ice caps, the world is in the midst of interlocking crises of climate change and loss of...

Jul 28, 2020 Blog Post

Many people have been staying home during COVID-19, forgoing travel of all kinds for work and pleasure. And that has had a big impact on...

Jul 23, 2020 Blog Post
logging scars

Americans use 4 times more toilet paper than the global average. Producing it puts a global carbon sink at risk.

Apr 24, 2020 Blog Post

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...

Apr 20, 2020 Blog Post

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...

Apr 15, 2020 Blog Post

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...

Mar 24, 2020 Blog Post

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