Native Americans in Philanthropy and the Center for American Progress are working together to support a 30x30 conservation agenda driven by Indigenous traditional ecological leadership and storied knowledge of U.S. lands and waterways.
This collection features stories from Americans whose lives were changed by the Affordable Care Act.
President Biden and his team must cement new protections for U.S. lands and waters, secure additional climate progress, and prevent bad decisions such as the Willow project from happening again.
Young adults reentering communities after incarceration face many barriers to finding stable work, but forward-thinking policies can lead to better employment outcomes and safer communities.
Sarah Millender, Auburn Bell, and Jill Rosenthal have published a new op-ed in The Hill urging the Biden administration to strengthen standards on soot pollution.
On the second anniversary of the American Rescue Plan, Americans share how the legislation has affected their lives and communities.
State and local leaders are poised to build on the foundation of federal investment to address their communities’ economic needs.
Karla Walter partnered with Sharita Gruberg to break down the potential long-lasting benefits for women in manufacturing due to President Joe Biden's historic economic legislation.
President Biden must use the Antiquities Act to designate Avi Kwa Ame as a national monument. He faces a critical opportunity to honor ancient sacred lands; conserve ecologically important sites; advance the administration’s 30x30 goal; and enact community-led conservation to close the nature gap.
In an op-ed, Sage Warner writes that while some Americans are unaware of President Joe Biden’s agenda now, people across demographics will feel the benefits as policies are implemented in the coming years. The stories we hear at this point already signal that far-reaching impact.
Governors and mayors will have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to transform their economies in the months and years ahead.
Four years after her son was killed by a speeding car, Nevada mother Suzan Smith describes how essential infrastructure investments are to protect the safety of pedestrians. She celebrates the road safety projects from the Biden administration’s infrastructure investments.
The economy; democracy and the courts; and community safety and gun violence are expected to be at center stage as President Biden prepares to address the nation during his second State of the Union address.
Thanks to concrete actions taken by the Biden administration, the U.S. economy remains strong despite headwinds.
The Biden administration must use the 2023 Our Ocean Conference in Panama to refocus ocean conservation efforts on implementation of past commitments.
Two years after the establishment of America’s first national conservation goal, it’s time to stop debating what “counts” and focus on action.
The United States can move closer to its dual goals of increasing access to nature for all Americans and protecting 30 percent of lands and waters by 2030 by approving and completing the designation of five new Indigenous-led marine sanctuaries.
Lawrence J. Korb discusses the 10 major questions that President Joe Biden should address in the fiscal year 2024 defense budget.
The Center for American Progress presents a compilation of short videos counting down to the new year with recent progressive wins.
In an op-ed, New Hampshire state Rep. Wendy E.N. Thomas (D) describes how contaminated drinking water contributed to deteriorating public health in her community. Thomas explains how federal grants from the Biden administration’s infrastructure policies are delivering long-awaited relief to affected communities.
Gordon Gray discusses Tunisian President Kais Saied's recent visit to the United States.
President Biden has channeled over $10 billion to local land conservation efforts and conserved more than 12 million acres of land, furthering the nation’s 30x30 efforts.
Colin Seeberger explains how the CHIPS and Science Act is building a stronger and safer economy for all Americans by creating incentives for increasing American manufacturing and supporting scientific research.
Outcomes from the Decolonizing Conservation Symposium at the 2022 National Diversity in STEM Conference.
We pursue climate action that meets the crisis’s urgency, creates good-quality jobs, benefits disadvantaged communities, and restores U.S. credibility on the global stage.
Democracy is under attack at home and abroad. We must act to ensure it is accessible to all, accountable, and can serve as a force of good.
Economic growth must be built on the foundation of a strong and secure middle class so that all Americans benefit from growth.
We apply a racial equity lens in developing and advancing policies that aim to root out entrenched systemic racism to ensure everyone has an opportunity to thrive.