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Kate Aronoff

Fellow, Climate Policy

As a Roosevelt Institute fellow, Kate Aronoff researches and writes about the transition away from fossil fuels, climate finance, and policy options for post-carbon welfare states.

Kate Aronoff is a staff writer at The New Republic and the author of Overheated: How Capitalism Broke the Planet And How We Fight Back.

Kate is also the co-editor of We Own the Future: Democratic Socialism, American Style and the co-author of A Planet to Win: Why We Need a Green New Deal. Previously, she has held fellowships at the Type Media Center and the Climate Social Science Network. Her work has appeared in outlets including the New York Times, The Nation, The Guardian, Rolling Stone, and Dissent, where she serves on the editorial board. She is a regular commentator on climate politics and has appeared on (among other programs) All In with Chris Hayes, Democracy Now!, On the Media, and the Brian Lehrer Show.