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STAT: The Readout Loud
TECHNOLOGY IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST
Stand down, Mr. President
Trump didn’t start the fire. But he’s pouring gasoline on the flames.
Pandemic throws a wrench into clean energy effort
Readers raise concerns as the coronavirus hampers a growing clean energy industry and job losses mount.
Birdwatching with 20-20 hindsight
One morning, my husband comes home and says, 'The birds are different.'
Bikes are a better form of mass transit
During the pandemic, if we cannot be safe while using public transport, we for sure cannot all jump into personal cars; it just would not work due to gridlock.
MICHAEL A. COHEN
None of us know what comes next. But we can choose a better future
Making the best of the pandemic.
The unheeded warnings that have led us to ignore another
A regional Transportation and Climate Initiative to cap vehicle emissions has been postponed. This is an important regional action we cannot afford to delay.
One world, two calamities
The coronavirus pandemic only underscores the long-lived disaster of climate change.
L. Rafael Reif
Has the coronavirus finally taught us how to listen to science?
The fact that we managed, within weeks, to radically rearrange how we live and work, in service of the common good, is a good sign.
John F. Kerry
The parallels between the coronavirus and the climate crisis
You could just as easily replace the words climate change with COVID-19; it is truly the tale of two pandemics deferred, denied, and distorted.
Ideas | Peter Fox-Penner
This crisis provides a very green opportunity
Solving the climate problem requires deep structural changes, well beyond shifts in individual behavior. The pandemic heralds a giant opportunity.