The U.S. is officially back in the Paris Climate Agreement. But Biden must do much, much more than restore the status quo under Obama.
Climate change poses an existential threat. That doesn’t mean we should further empower an already bloated Pentagon.
The foreign policy team Biden appoints matters less than the world they inherit, policies they pursue, and the pressure they get from progressives.
My participation in a session on climate and energy policy hosted by the Saudi government would have “greenwashed” the summit.
How to get the Democrats’ climate policy from “better than the Republicans” to “sufficient to save the planet.”
With oil prices down and wealthy countries bungling COVID-19, the pandemic has exposed the weaknesses that wealth papers over.
What first steps could Joe Biden take if he’s elected? Here’s a start.
For China, the global war for influence is about trading partners. For the U.S., it could mean something more volatile.
With the money we spend on ICE and CBP, we could solar power nearly 35 million homes.
Just 10 percent of the Pentagon budget could end homelessness, increase our COVID testing 44 times over, or send a $2,300 check to every unemployed American.