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In 2009, the Obama administration created the electric vehicle tax credit to encourage purchasing electric vehicles (EVs). However, the bill included a built-in phaseout that starts once a manufacturer sells 200,000 electric vehicles. Is the current phaseout quota necessary, or is it ending the tax credit prematurely?
By Gianfranco Cesareo, Staff Contributor
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The Biden EPA recently released a comprehensive plan for tackling PFAS, a class of toxic forever chemicals. It’s a step forward, but is it enough to get this national problem under control?
by Hunter Wiand, Staff Contributor
For years a CIA-linked think tank has covered Xinjiang. The current human rights crisis in the region may present a serendipitous moment for cynics in the American foreign policy establishment to pursue an old, familiar agenda.
By Taylor Hall-Debnam, Staff Contributor.
Climate Change is already having public health consequences in the global south. Global leaders have a duty to respond.
By Ju-Ching Huang, Staff Contributor.
By Drew Savage, Staff Contributor
President Biden is soon expected to name his nominee to lead the Federal Reserve. Can it become a more climate-focused institution?