The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered the largest annual economic contraction in the United States since World War II, opening the door for clean energy as a key to jump-starting the economy and creating jobs while reducing emissions. As the new administration considers investments in clean energy infrastructure, however, these investments must include the workers and … Continue Reading

America has seen a rising number of natural disasters — and more are on the way. Most recently a recent winter storm in the southern United States resulted in cascading failures that left millions without electricity and clean water. Should we be ready for more of these events across the country in the future? In … Continue Reading