To advance the climate effort internationally, U.S. states and cities can champion the largely overlooked role of ocean ecosystems.
America’s high school students need a rich and varied curriculum in order to be successful in high school, college, and beyond.
NEPA provides the public with information about the potential impacts of infrastructure projects and helps coordinate federal agency review and enforcement of numerous environmental, civil rights, and historic preservation statutes.
New data show that nutrition and housing assistance, Medicaid, and unemployment benefits are critical to LGBTQ people’s economic security.
The Arctic Slope Regional Corporation spent more than half a million dollars in 2017 to convince Congress to allow oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
The high-speed rail line proposed to run between Dallas and Houston demonstrates the potential value of investing public dollars in privately financed, for-profit transportation projects to purchase certain public benefits.
One year after the violent confrontation in Charlottesville stoked in large part by online hate groups, here’s what must be done to combat racism and break barriers in the digital world.
Tobacco prevention public policies are proven to help reduce smoking rates, but they may also help increase life expectancy, particularly for lower-income populations.
Testimony Before Council Hearing on Bill 22-776: District of Columbia Education Research Advisory Board and Collaborative Establishment Amendment Act of 2018
The United States should take a harder line with Turkey and begin to prepare for the potential implications of Erdoğan’s aggressive nationalism.
Bunker Hill Community College in Boston has seen improved retention for part-time students enrolled in learning communities.
Defending the European Union, NATO, and other institutions will require robust, forward-looking reform.
Stalking is a known risk factor for future violence, and policymakers must act to ensure convicted stalkers do not have easy access to guns.
States should take steps to raise the $2.3 billion needed to build enough public electric vehicle chargers to support the United States’ carbon reduction goals.
A new era of presidential scandals creates opportunities for far-reaching reform.