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Global Warming

A sea of corn or soybeans stretching across the horizon: this is the image of American farming ingrained in our collective imagination. Through advertisements and...

Dec 7, 2018 Blog Post
Maximizing Clean Energy Progress from State Carbon-Pricing Investments

The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI), created more than a decade ago by Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic states, has contributed to the 60 percent reduction in...

Dec 4, 2018 Report

To act on what may be the world’s last chance to prevent dangerous global warming, we need both to win “art of the possible” policies...

Dec 3, 2018 Blog Post
The Next Step for Clean Energy

Installing solar panels on all new homes is a common-sense step that would create a wave of clean, renewable energy, reduce dangerous greenhouse gas emissions,...

Dec 3, 2018 Report

Hurricane Season unfolds on our TV screens each year like a hit drama. But what are the long-lasting impacts on the people and communities that...

Nov 8, 2018 Blog Post

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

In Denver, our reliance on personal vehicles harms the environment and public health. So why is it so tough to give up my car? And...

Sep 13, 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

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