Richard Feinberg discusses how Chile’s leaders must find a better balance between economic growth and social justice to avoid repeating tragedies from Chile’s past, in a country where mass street demonstrations are a political tradition. Authored for Brookings Institute
Science Advances, One Funeral At a Time
Joshua Graff Zivin investigates the trend that after prominent scientists die, their fields see an influx of work from lesser-known researchers, making room for new research growth and opportunities for fresh ideas. Quoted in Undark
Has the U.S. Abandoned the Paris Agreement?
David Victor overviews the flurry of climate action among cities, states, businesses and other organizations that remain committed to reducing carbon emissions in order to help the world avoid the worst effects of global warming. Quoted in Los Angeles Times