Tagged: new economy
An interview with Chuck Collins
An interview with Sarah Byrnes
The coal economy amounts to a major stumbling block for Appalachia, home to some of America's poorest communities.
It takes much more than one project or policy to address gentrification. It takes a movement.
The Institute for Policy Studies hosts a talk and book signing with co-author, Denis Hayes on his new book about “The Hidden Impact of 93 Million Cows on America’s Health, Economy, Politics, Culture, and Environment.”
A new government landscape threatens Maryland's future.
The Institute for Policy Studies' New Economy Working Group and Climate Policy Program eagerly co-sponsors the Local Clean Energy Alliance' 5th Annual Clean Power, Healthy Communities Conference also accessible via webcast.
IPS' New Economy Working Group co-sponsor a technical symposium on electrification, transmission, track speeds, financing and their prospects for movement building and infrastructure for the future of transport.
Rebuilding the commons is a vital part of reviving an economically-divided, violence-scarred neighborhood.
A regional food system does a better job at providing healthy food for all, supporting sustainable farming and fishing, and supporting thriving communities.