We have the opportunity to avoid the harmful effects of climate change, while also immediately improving the lives of millions of people.
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IN MIKE’S BOOK CLIMATE OF HOPE
Most of the things that make cities better, cleaner, healthier and more economically productive places also reduce carbon emissions.
Each problem that contributes to climate change has a solution that can make our society healthier and our economy stronger.
Thanks to the work being led by cities, businesses and communities, we are now in a better position to stop climate change than ever before.
Bloomberg Philanthropies today announced a new round of its Public Art Challenge...
Lee Gardner, The Chronicle of Higher Education
College presidents who have found some measure of success often parlay that into a job at a more prestigious institution...
By Beth Blauer, Executive Director and Founder of GovEx at Johns Hopkins University, and Simone Brody, Executive Director of What Works Cities
One of the biggest misconceptions about the field of data science is that it’s all about the numbers...
Just incredible what @AmericasPledge is achieving. So far, the American participants (who commit to meeting Paris Agreement goals) are already equivalent to the world’s third largest economy https://t.co/rDXdYlYhRX
The following is a statement from Mike Bloomberg on yesterday’s decision by the Trump administration to tax solar industries up to 30...
The politics of soda has changed pretty radically...
The opioid epidemic is now a full-blown national crisis, yet the federal government continues to dawdle...
FERC's rejection of Secretary Perry's proposal is a victory for consumers, the free market and clean air...