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Interview with Jason Bordoff, Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University click button

Interview with Jason Bordoff, Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University

This week, we sat down with Jason Bordoff, who served on the National Security Council staff in the Obama Administration and then founded the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University.

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Science Moms Take On Climate Change

Science Moms Take On Climate Change

by Amy Lupica, ODP Staff Writer On Tuesday, a group of six scientists and mothers teamed up with the Potential Energy Coalition to launch Science Moms, a nonpartisan group of scientists that aims to empower moms to get involved in the fight against climate change. The group hopes to demystify the conversation surrounding climate change […]

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Judge Garland Will Bring Rare Environmental Experience to Attorney General Role

Judge Garland Will Bring Rare Environmental Experience to Attorney General Role

Judge Merrick Garland is expected to “respect science and the rule of law” if confirmed as Attorney General. Plus he has deep experience, having heard many environmental cases over his twenty-plus years on the bench in Washington, D.C. 

Why This Matters: I (Monica) can’t think of an Attorney General who has spent this much time digging into the details of challenging environmental cases.

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Interview of the Week: Kurt Bardella click button

Interview of the Week: Kurt Bardella

We sat down with Kurt Bardella, LA Times/USA Today Columnist and Lincoln Project senior advisor to get his thoughts about how Democrats can begin to enact climate action, how the Biden administration can put its young-climate focused cabinet secretaries front and center as well as the case for off-year political climate ads. Check it out!

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Top Ten Stories of 2020: Biden-Harris’ Historic Win

Top Ten Stories of 2020: Biden-Harris’ Historic Win

When 2020 began, many people were counting Joe Biden out and Kamala Harris’ Presidential run had already ended — what a difference a year makes.  Biden surprised many progressives with a strong climate and environmental justice plan that only got stronger as the campaign went on.

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Do More Than Hope for a Happy New Year

Do More Than Hope for a Happy New Year

by Beth Allgood, President, OneNature  As we wrap up perhaps the most heartbreaking year in memory, many virtual watercooler conversations revolve around our hope that 2021 will be a happier, healthier one for all.  For that to happen, we need more than hope.  We need a vision of a brighter future, a roadmap to get […]

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