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October 17, 2019
To limit climate change to manageable levels, the federal government — all of it — needs to be in the deep decarbonization business. Proposals such as the Green New Deal reflect a growing recognition of this imperative, but don’t lay out specific mechanisms for getting the job done. For years, though, red and blue states...
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October 16 marks World Food Day this year, a day celebrated every year by the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). World Food Day is a call to make healthy and sustainable diets affordable and accessible for everyone, while nurturing the planet at the same time. But how can this be achieved? One way,...
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A European tax on plastic waste is gaining momentum as a way to bring new sources of revenue to the EU budget as leaders prepare for a two-day summit in Brussels beginning today (17 October). While an agreement to significantly increase the EU budget seems “unlikely,” the European Commission’s proposal for a plastic tax has...
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