The Roosevelt Institute’s annual 10 Ideas series is the largest undergraduate policy journal, sharing locally-generated student ideas from across the country to create policy change.
Read our 10 Ideas for Energy & Environment 2015 below:
Closing Orphaned Wells: Preventing Spills When Oil Companies Go Bankrupt
Seed Banking for Urban Farming in Washington, D.C.
Daniel Blumin and Jacob Burman
Invest in the Future, Not Fossil Fuels
No Impact Workforce: Implementing Environmental Training Programs
Caroline Coccoli and Victoria Nelson
Paving the Way: Permeable Pavement as a Sanitation Solution
Rooftop Gardens: An Energy Saver for Businesses and Outdoor Haven for Communities
Linking Federal Crop Insurance to Sustainable Agriculture Practices
Taking out the NYC Trash: Incentivizing Sustainable Waste Management
Preventing Hunting Tragedies: Making Vermont’s Roads and Trails Off-Limits
Closing the Loophold: Protecting the Midwest With Hydraulic Fracturing Regulation