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A transcript of our panel discussion on the Green New Deal and our new book Climate Action.

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How are we to meet the challenge of global warming before it is too late? And if global diplomacy initiatives like the Paris Agreement can’t get us there, what can? Order our latest book now.

Ravi Gupta

We must reimagine how to make life-saving vaccines available to everyone.

Charles Sabel David G. Victor

Biden should rejoin the Paris Agreement, but diplomacy isn’t enough. To decarbonize the economy, we must integrate bottom-up, local experimentation with top-down, global cooperation.

Andrew Jewett

For a century, critics of all political stripes have challenged the role of science in society. Repairing distrust today requires confronting those arguments head on.

Matt Lord

COVID-19 is not just a public health crisis. It is also a crisis of public reason.

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In addition to our usual four annual print books, this fall we are publishing a special supplement on the crisis of science and policy in the age of COVID-19. Preorder now.

Rachel Thomas

As Big Data tools reshape health care, biased datasets and unaccountable algorithms threaten to further disempower patients.

Adam Gaffney

COVID-19’s disproportionate impact on Black communities is just one of many respiratory inequities shaped by systemic racism.

Nanjala Nyabola

To ask why COVID-19 hasn’t been deadlier in Africa is to suggest that more Africans should be dying. We need better questions.

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