Energy Tax Credits Risk an Unjust Climate Transition

The energy tax credits proposed by Biden could be the largest climate change investment this country has seen, but rejecting direct investment in favor of tax incentives has also proven highly inequitable. 

By Lew Daly Sylvia Chi

Left for Dead

The coalitions that sustained the traditional left parties in the West have collapsed. New ones can be built—but it won’t be easy.

By Yascha Mounk

Fracking and the Climate Debate

Natural gas isn't holding us back from a carbon-free future. In fact, it may help us get there.

By Michael Levi

A Cleaner Water Act

The Clean Water Act has been a success, but it's out of date and producing diminishing returns. Here's how we modernize it.

By George S. Hawkins


The gains of Copenhagen will be fleeting unless the world's nations create a Global Environmental Organization to enforce them.

By Edward Gresser