Young workers need personal finance know-how to thrive.
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.
The need for jobs, and the ecological limits to growth
The crisis of capitalism isn’t just about the gap between rich and poor. It’s about the gap between what’s demanded by our planet and what’s demanded by our economy.
A webinar revealing stories from Massachusetts, Maryland, the Mid-Atlantic Transition Hub, and Vermont in using the Genuine Progress Indicator (GPI).
If we are to have an economy that works for everyone in harmony with the planet, then everyone has a part to play in the transition.