This piece is part of a novel collaboration between The Governance Post and The Paris Globalist, the international affairs magazine by students at Sciences Po in Paris, France. The onset of a global pandemic and… [Read more]
Rethinking Climate (In)action in America
With media outlets focused on President Donald Trump’s questioning of mainstream climate science, you’d be forgiven for not knowing that sub-national action on climate change in the United States is actually growing – and at… [Read more]
California vs. Washington, D.C.: Pick Your Side On American Fuel Efficiency & Greenhouse Gas Emissions (GHG)
California and Washington, D.C., are on a collision course, and neither seems likely to pull the emergency brake. The two are locked in a bitter clash over fuel efficiency and greenhouse gas (GHG) emission standards… [Read more]
Could Net-Metering Save Obama’s Climate Change Legacy?
As the Trump administration is ever-more adamant about dismantling Obama’s climate legacy, MPP student Kimberly Liu investigates federal and state-level efforts to integrate net-metering, a technology that could potentially safeguard the US against the effects… [Read more]