The most vulnerable regions of the country are becoming more populous. How has federal policy expedited this phenomenon? And can bipartisan legislation improve urban sustainability before it’s too late?
Saudi oil politics, tenuous alliances in the Middle East, and the erosion of the Bretton Woods system firmly ensnared the United States in the trap of the petrodollar. Can the U.S. escape before the climate crisis worsens?
Could federal efforts to decarbonize the agricultural sector turn the tide by appealing to environmental advocates on both sides of the political spectrum?
The environmental impact of the gas car highlights the pressing need for climate-focused transportation reform. But how can the American dependency on cars be reconciled with the urgency of decarbonization in the transportation sector?
Sustainable energy policy will always be hindered by the hegemonic power of the fossil fuel industry and its congressional allies. The question is whether that impediment will prevent climate action completely.