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By: Bahar Gidwani and Cedric Bleuez Reducing carbon emissions has been the generally-accepted first step towards slowing global climate change. A growing list of government and social organizations have called for corporations to … Continue reading
By Carol Pierson Holding The climate change movement took a powerful leap in 2012, when Bill McKibben identified a single enemy for climate activists to battle: the fossil fuel industry. He painted that industry as what branding experts … Continue reading
Carol Pierson Holding On last Thursday’s Late Night, Stephen Colbert interviewed Joe Biden about his son’s death. It was remarkable to hear a potential Presidential candidate speak so candidly about his emotions. He used the term empathy in almost … Continue reading
By: Carol Pierson Holding In his op-ed piece “Two Cheers for Capitalism,” conservative columnist David Brooks quotes fellow New York Times writer Anand Giridharadas about why capitalism isn’t working: “The rich are to be praised for the good … Continue reading