FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 30, 2019 CONTACT: Kendra Bozarth, kbozarth@rooseveltinstitute.org Reviving Industrial Policy and Economy-Wide Planning in the Time of Global Crises New Roosevelt report explores the role of democratic industrial policy in tackling America’s greatest global threats The US faces numerous challenges—from climate change to trade competition—that make a more robust industrial policy and

To address the existential threat of climate change, the international community must come together and rewrite the rules. In a new working paper, Roosevelt Fellow Todd Tucker argues that a global Green New Deal—in tandem with a domestic Green New Deal—can both remake an international trade infrastructure in crisis and decarbonize the global economy in

The climate crisis is happening now. Across the planet, our oceans are warming, our weather is more extreme, and natural disasters are more frequent and more severe. And it’s only going to get worse: The UN predicts that by 2040, increased coastal flooding will affect nearly 50 million people, and a “disproportionately rapid evacuation” of

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 24, 2019 CONTACT: Ariela Weinberger, aweinberger@rooseveltinstitute.org Roosevelt Network Launches Annual Emerging Fellows Research Program New student-led research focuses on climate change, social justice, and the opioid epidemic Today, the Roosevelt Network launched the latest research papers from its Emerging Fellowship program, a yearlong opportunity for college students to dig deeper into

The Roosevelt Network’s Emerging Fellowship program is a yearlong opportunity for college students to dig deeper into formal policy research and advocacy efforts. This year, the University of Georgia’s Tarun Ramesh and Northeastern University’s Karl Meakin tackled some of the most pressing issues of our time: the opioid crisis and climate change.  In “Incorporation of

How to Win Our Votes in 2020

By the end of tonight—day two of the first round of the Democratic presidential primary debates—there will be various takes, including who has a better plan to fix health care, who prioritizes the climate crisis, and who’s the most likeable. Here at the Roosevelt Institute, we’re judging the candidates on one essential criterion: How are

The greatest challenge of the 21st century—the climate crisis—is here: The global community has just 11 years to cut emissions by 45 percent and must achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 to prevent temperatures from rising more than 1.5oC, according to climate scientists. In Decarbonizing the US Economy: Pathways Toward a Green New Deal, Roosevelt Fellows Mark

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 14, 2019 CONTACT: Ariela Weinberger, aweinberger@rooseveltinstitute.org The Role of the Economy in Combating Climate Change New Roosevelt Institute report outlines an economic policy framework to address climate change while promoting growth and ensuring equitable economic outcomes NEW YORK, NY – The United States needs a new approach to climate change—one that

Last week, the Trump administration launched an unprecedented action to enforce the environmental rules in a trade agreement between the United States and Peru. According to the press release: “United States Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer today directed the United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to block future timber imports from a Peruvian exporter based on

The United States is currently facing two ominous threats: climate change and economic and social inequality. The climate movement has made enormous headway in highlighting the connections between the two, but we must go even deeper if we hope to make progress on both fronts. The objective of Boiling Points: The Inextricable Links Between Inequality