The Senate has a unique opportunity to transform conservation efforts in the U.S. And with midterm elections coming soon, the clock is ticking.
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Environmental justice delayed has long been justice denied, but it is never too late to do better.
Perhaps climate change policy will be a response to our growing experience with extreme weather events.
The path to a circular, renewable resource-based economy will be long and difficult. But I am optimistic that the seeds of change have been planted, and the generation-long process has begun.
My hope is that even if a conservative American national government abdicated climate leadership once again, the market forces we saw in 2021 will be too deeply established to deter.
If we, once again, kick the “climate can” down the road, we should be prepared for the road to be flooded, washed away, covered in debris, and possibly surrounded by burning forests.
With the U.N. Conference of Parties (COP26) starting in full swing last week, the world was filled with news from the climate industry’s biggest trade show.
The Democrats must quickly pass the Infrastructure Bill and compromise on reconciliation. There is no time to spare.
Sara Tjossem’s policy courses transform students’ environmental passions into actions.