25
NOV
2015

Climate Debt: What’s a Fair Calculation?

The U.S. is the leading climate “debtor”, but should major exporters like China be responsible for emissions for products consumed in other countries?
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24
FEB
2015

Why the EPA Clean Power Plan Delivers on Climate and the Economy

The EPA Clean Power Plan is historic for its potential to tackle climate change and deliver major economic benefits. Nebraska provides a telling example.
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01
APR
2014

Food Security: The Food Water Energy Nexus

Food security is the defining issue of the 21st Century. There’s no better way to illustrate systemic impacts than to look at the food-water-energy nexus.
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01
APR
2014

Risk Management: The Need for Regenerative Economics

Elementary risk management approaches plainly demonstrate that creating a clean, regenerative economy is the ultimate act of enlightened self-interest.
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15
JAN
2014

Clean Energy: Regional Investment Approaches

Clean energy development requires regional investment approaches where local citizens and officials are the key to creating resilient, prosperous economies.
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20
OCT
2013

Community Resiliency: Risk Management in Action

Community resiliency is growing in importance. Ensuring functioning local economies will require both sound sustainability policy and resiliency planning.
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