Co-Founder, The Democracy Collaborative
Community Stability and the Challenge of Climate Change
“Consider the following: In all likelihood there will be well over 400 million people living in the United States in 2050, and possibly as many as one billion people by the year 2100. Where will those people live? And how can we, at that size, live in a sustainable manner, given the fact that the United States already has a grotesquely disproportionate carbon footprint and has not made any serious progress over the past two decades towards reducing it?”
Read more from “Community Stability and the Challenge of Climate Change” by Thad Williamson and Gar Alperovitz below.