Monthly Archives: September 2013

The future of energy democracy

What is energy democracy?

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Inequality on the rise

The chasm between the wealthiest Americans and the rest of the population is worse than it’s been since the Gilded Age.

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Food assistance: facts and myths

The truth about food assistance– and the million of workers, children, and seniors who rely on it.

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This Labor Day, green careers shine

This Labor Day, as fast food employees across the nation went on strike and demanded a living wage, we took some time to reflect on job creation and the shrinking middle class. It turns out, renewable energy– and solar power … Continue reading

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