Dean Stuart Shapiro talks to Mark Paul, assistant professor and author of the recently released book, The Ends of Freedom. Mark discusses his journey into economics and environmental policy, economic rights, decarbonizing the economy, transitioning to renewable energy, and much more.
America’s wealthiest people are also some of the world’s biggest polluters – not only because of their massive homes and private jets, but because of the fossil fuels generated by the companies they invest their money in. A new study published...
Reducing reliance on fossil fuels is a crucial step toward achieving a sustainable energy transition. This article emphasizes that fossil fuels are a major contributor to greenhouse gas emissions and climate change, and emphasizes the urgent need to transition to...
In the face of budget surpluses and soaring energy prices, it would seem that consoling consumers in this manner is more than just a patriotic duty for legislators–but this is wrong in multiple ways.
The focus on rail as a solution for moving freight grew out of activism to limit fossil fuels in the Pacific Northwest. Once a heavy rail user, the U.S. transitioned to heavy trucks to move goods around the country.
New modes of transportation have the potential to provide better access for all, including people with limitations due to age, physical fitness levels, or disabilities. The secret ingredient is to provide a safe street space that is welcoming to all users.