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Now is the time to launch a National Energy Innovation Mission to confront the climate crisis and lead the transition to clean energy.
For years, Americans have avoided confronting these changes in their own backyards.
CLIMATE CHANGE WILL FORCE A NEW AMERICAN MIGRATIONBY ABRAHM LUSTGARTEN, PHOTOGRAPHY BY MERIDITH KOHUTSEPTEMBER 15, 2020PROPUBLICA
One major reason an evolutionary perspective on our own behavior can be so confronting is that it doesn’t take our word for why we do things.
THE DARK SIDE OF SMART - FACTS SO ROMANTICDIANA FLEISCHMANSEPTEMBER 15, 2020NAUTILUS
She was used to controlling a room as a public safety officer, stopping fights and confronting abusers.
THE WOMAN PROPOSITIONED BY ALASKA’S FORMER LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR TELLS HER STORY FOR THE FIRST TIMEBY KYLE HOPKINS AND MICHELLE THERIAULT BOOTS, ANCHORAGE DAILY NEWSSEPTEMBER 10, 2020PROPUBLICA
The changing face of brick-and-mortar retail requires that our city leaders, planners and urban designers confront this new equation.
My WA superintendent colleagues & I confronting school closure need to focus on our communities.
We were respected around the world, rallying our allies to confront climate change.
Lukashenko had been confronted by an unexpectedly strong opponent in this election in the form of Sviatlana Tikhanovskaya, a former teacher and a housewife Advertisement who did not originally plan running at all.
This will all leave a legacy that Washington will have to confront at some point.
So the way I think about it is, you have to try and confront and deal with these issues, and then there are all the decisions around the decision you make.

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