A COP20 Recap and the Outlook for a New Climate Agreement in 2015
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Listen as our host Jisung Park talks with Bina Venkataraman about getting into a career in climate policy.
Professor Michael Glennon challenges common understandings of American government institutions and provides daunting insights into the nature of the U.S. national security apparatus.
What will be the global emissions impacts of U.S. coal regulation?
An explanation of a particular landscape approach and how it has been utilized.
A natural disaster can simultaneously act as a catalyst and as a hindrance to the long-term transformation of urban areas.
Social finance holds enormous promise, but its promise will likely not be realized as rapidly or as fully as its champions would wish.
The Little Ice Age did not have uniformly disastrous consequences. Some countries managed to survive with significantly less damage than others. Japan was one of these. What allowed them to do this?
Deforestation practices in the Brazilian Amazon threaten the current and future health of the ecosystem as well as the climate of the region.