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How Can Citizens Contribute to a Sustainable Recovery? Early Lessons from the French Citizens' Assembly

  • Climate
  • coronavirus
  • climate policy
  • Economics
  • climate change
Members of the French Citizens' Convention gathered in a meeting hall.
  • Climate
  • coronavirus
  • climate policy
  • Economics
  • climate change

Resilience After Recession: 4 Ways to Reboot the U.S. Economy

  • coronavirus
  • Economics
  • climate change
  • low carbon development
  • U.S. policy
Hill Air Force Base in Utah
  • coronavirus
  • Economics
  • climate change
  • low carbon development
  • U.S. policy
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Low-Carbon Cities Are a $24 Trillion Opportunity

  • Cities
  • Economics
  • climate change
  • low carbon development
Riding the bus in Seattle. Increasing the share of passengers taking mass transit is worth more than $10 trillion. Flickr/Brian Glanz.
  • Cities
  • Economics
  • climate change
  • low carbon development

A Carbon Price Is Critical, but It’s Not a Silver Bullet

  • Climate
  • carbon pricing
  • Economics
  • climate change
  • renewable energy
Wind turbines in southern California
  • Climate
  • carbon pricing
  • Economics
  • climate change
  • renewable energy
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New Climate Economy

Most of women covered by NHLP now have access to fresh vegetables for their meals and can even supply their surplus to be sold in the local market.

U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Energy Institute Misleads on Climate Action Costs: 3 Things to Know

  • Paris Agreement
  • Economics
  • climate change
  • international climate policy
  • renewable energy
  • U.S. policy
  • Paris Agreement
  • Economics
  • climate change
  • international climate policy
  • renewable energy
  • U.S. policy

Why the Social Cost of Carbon Is Critical for America to Make Sound Policies

  • U.S. Climate
  • carbon pricing
  • U.S. policy
  • Economics
  • climate change
  • GHG emissions
Power plant
  • U.S. Climate
  • carbon pricing
  • U.S. policy
  • Economics
  • climate change
  • GHG emissions

America Doesn’t Have to Choose Between the Economy and the Climate

  • U.S. Climate
  • Energy
  • U.S. policy
  • Economics
  • climate change
  • renewable energy
Solar panels at Curtis H. Stanton Energy Cente
  • U.S. Climate
  • Energy
  • U.S. policy
  • Economics
  • climate change
  • renewable energy

Clean Energy is Powering American Jobs, Health and Security

  • Energy
  • U.S. policy
  • Economics
  • climate change
  • renewable energy
Wind turbines near Whitewater, California
  • Energy
  • U.S. policy
  • Economics
  • climate change
  • renewable energy

A Climate Change Policy That Benefits The Poor

  • carbon pricing
  • climate policy
  • Economics
  • climate change
  • U.S. policy
Iatan Generating Station
  • carbon pricing
  • climate policy
  • Economics
  • climate change
  • U.S. policy
Insights

As China’s Xi Heads to Washington, Look for Progress on Climate Change

  • Climate
  • Economics
  • climate change
Realizing President Xi’s commitment on climate depends on perseverance with broader economic, financial and institutional reforms. Photo by APEC 2013/Flickr.
  • Climate
  • Economics
  • climate change

The Clean Vehicle Revolution: Driving Fuel Savings and Emissions Reductions in the United States

  • Energy
  • Cities
  • Economics
  • climate change
  • emissions
  • U.S. policy
  • GHG emissions
  • Lower Emissions, Brighter Economy
  • transportation
Electric vehicle charging station in Guangdong Province, China. Photo by Remko Tanis/Flickr
  • Energy
  • Cities
  • Economics
  • climate change
  • emissions
  • U.S. policy
  • GHG emissions
  • Lower Emissions, Brighter Economy
  • transportation

Opportunities in New Climate Economy

  • Climate
  • climate change
  • COP20
  • Economics
  • emissions
  • Paris Agreement
Chinese President Xi Jinping and U.S. President Barack Obama. Photo by U.S. Embassy, The Hague/Flickr.
  • Climate
  • climate change
  • COP20
  • Economics
  • emissions
  • Paris Agreement

A New Climate Economy: Shifting Corporate America onto a Low-Carbon Path

  • Energy
  • Economics
  • Business
  • climate change
  • U.S. policy
From left to right: Amy Harder, Chad Holliday, Ken Gayer, and Andrew Steer. Photo credit: Bill Dugan, WRI
  • Energy
  • Economics
  • Business
  • climate change
  • U.S. policy

STATEMENT: WRI Reacts to Major Announcements on Cities, Forests, and Carbon Pricing at UN Climate Summit

  • International Climate Action
  • Cities
  • climate change
  • Economics
  • Forests
  • International Climate Action
  • Cities
  • climate change
  • Economics
  • Forests

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