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How Climate Change has Begun to Drive Gentrification in the United States

Emissions from transportation is the single largest sector contributing to climate change in the U.S., and historically has had an interesting trajectory. Prior to 2005, U.S. vehicle miles traveled per capita increased annually because of the rise of the two-car family, increased participation of women in the labor force, and the rise of low-density suburbs. After 2005…

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The Problem With Plastic

Emissions from transportation is the single largest sector contributing to climate change in the U.S., and historically has had an interesting trajectory. Prior to 2005, U.S. vehicle miles traveled per capita increased annually because of the rise of the two-car family, increased participation of women in the labor force, and the rise of low-density suburbs. After 2005…

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Why Ocean Sustainability Matters – The Ocean Affects Everyone

Emissions from transportation is the single largest sector contributing to climate change in the U.S., and historically has had an interesting trajectory. Prior to 2005, U.S. vehicle miles traveled per capita increased annually because of the rise of the two-car family, increased participation of women in the labor force, and the rise of low-density suburbs. After 2005…

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Paying for Coal Ash Cleanup

Emissions from transportation is the single largest sector contributing to climate change in the U.S., and historically has had an interesting trajectory. Prior to 2005, U.S. vehicle miles traveled per capita increased annually because of the rise of the two-car family, increased participation of women in the labor force, and the rise of low-density suburbs. After 2005…

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Reimagining Reforestation: Balancing Economic Incentives with Social Imperatives in the Creation of Lasting Climate Solutions

Emissions from transportation is the single largest sector contributing to climate change in the U.S., and historically has had an interesting trajectory. Prior to 2005, U.S. vehicle miles traveled per capita increased annually because of the rise of the two-car family, increased participation of women in the labor force, and the rise of low-density suburbs. After 2005…

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