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· Futurity talks with climate policy experts Michael Wara and Jody Freeman and behavioral scientist Gabrielle Wong-Parodi about the future of climate policy in the U.S.
· How is your giving strategy informed by research and expert guidance about climate change?
After years as a virtual nonentity in the halls of power, climate change is now a topic of discussion among lawmakers on Capitol Hill.
In fact, more than 50 bills aiming to tackle global warming are in various states of readiness. While some proposals, such as the Green New Deal, have become lightning rods for partisan bickering, others show promise for bipartisan progress. In the House of Representatives, carbon pricing, among other solutions, has attracted supporters from both sides of the aisle. In the Senate, Republicans and Democrats have joined forces to hold hearings on climate change.
Stanford University climate policy experts Michael Wara and Jody Freeman and behavioral scientist Gabrielle Wong-Parodi discuss opportunities and prospects for congressional action on climate change.
Read the full article about U.S. climate policy by Rob Jordan at Futurity.
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