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Forget Red and Blue This Election Season –– It’s Time to Vote Green

With the midterm elections just days away and millions of Americans already heading to the polls for early voting, the climate is heating up — in both a political and literal sense. In the two years since the last federal election, the United States has seen record-breaking temperatures, devastating floods, raging wildfires, and more. But […]

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In the Post-Pandemic World, the United States Needs a Civilian Climate Corps

“When I think of climate change, I think of jobs.” President Biden has long echoed this mantra, from the early days of his presidential campaign, to his first days in the White House. Now, as he approaches a year into his presidency, how does President Biden plan to deliver on this promise? On his first […]

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The Collective Action Problem

Two alleged criminals are locked in cells on opposite sides of a jail. The police enter each cell separately and tell each criminal they have gathered enough evidence to convict them of a minor crime that will land them one year in prison. If one of the prisoners reveals key evidence to convict the other […]