During the past four years, the United States Agency for International Development’s Global Climate Change (GCC) Office has supported a project to understand and implement climate-resilient development around the world.
Climate change remains a polarizing issue in Washington, where members of Congress engage in endless, Groundhog Day-like debates over the (settled) science, instead of taking action. [This post was originally published at Grist.]
Climate Access is an initiative of The Resource Innovation Group's Social Capital Project. We are grateful to our founding partners, the Stonehouse Standing Circle and the Rutgers Initiative on Climate and Society.