U.S. Representative Frank Pallone, chair of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, together with subcommittee chairs Bobby Rush and Paul Tonko, introduced the CLEAN Future Act on March 2, 2021. While numerous climate bills are introduced in each Congress, this proposal deserves

Few people condone violence in protests, particularly violence that results in punctured lungs or broken bones, as the Kill the Bill Bristol protest has.  Of course, the protests in Bristol against the proposed Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill were not

Research Specialist at UN Women, Constanza Tabbush, explains why the COVID-19 social protection and job responses must work better for women and how this can be achieved. With over 90 million confirmed cases and 1.9 million deaths globally, and a second wave sweeping

While emerging technology brings potential to revolutionize our food system; there are trade-offs that need to be acknowledged and addressed. New study finds emerging technologies for agriculture, however optimistic, all have some potential negative trade-offs. But we have methods, the science,

A Firsthand Perspective The month of March holds important dates to me. Just weeks ago, we celebrated International Women’s Day. My role at Water.org is to create content that not only honors the women we serve, but advocates for how access

A Roadmap From Industrial Legacy Cities For cities with an industrial past that have undergone major transitions away from heavy industry as their economies have shifted, food insecurity has become a dire problem. Prolonged periods of disinvestment common to former blue-collar

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