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Alexander C. Kaufman

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Kingston, ON, Canada

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Recent articles by Alexander:

Biden Avoids Big Test As Battery Giants Reach Deal To Save Georgia Factories

Without an eleventh-hour deal, the president faced a choice between green jobs in a battleground state and taking a tough stance on intellectual property. → Read More

India Demands Rich Nations Like The U.S. Clean Up Their Climate Mess, Signaling A Shift

It’s time for developed countries responsible for most of the carbon in the air to not just cut emissions but remove them, India’s energy minister said. → Read More

India Demands Rich Nations Like The U.S. Clean Up Their Climate Mess, Signaling A Shift

It’s time for developed countries responsible for most of the carbon in the air to not just cut emissions but remove them, India’s energy minister said. → Read More

Biden Wants 5 Times The Climate Spending Obama Won. That’s Still 5 Times Too Small.

The White House's infrastructure proposal is an ambitious package, but some fear misplaced deficit concerns are lowballing what’s needed to decarbonize t... → Read More

Biden Administration Boosts Wind And Solar Ambitions Ahead Of Infrastructure Push

The U.S. currently has 42 megawatts of offshore wind online. The Biden administration just set a goal of deploying 30,000 megawatts by 2030. → Read More

Geoengineering The Climate Just Became More Of A Real Possibility In The U.S.

Artificially cooling the planet carries potential threats -- and so does allowing tech billionaires to monopolize the research efforts. → Read More

The Georgia GOP Is Begging Biden To Act On Battery Plant, While Dems Stay Silent

With nearly 3,000 jobs at stake, Biden seems uncertain about using a veto, even as Republicans, a civil rights leader and a former Obama official push hi... → Read More

The ‘army of environmental super voters’ is growing, and marching on city hall

The Environmental Voter Project, which has contacted nearly 6.2 million voters since 2015, is expanding into five new states. → Read More

The 'Army Of Environmental Super Voters' Is Growing, And Marching On City Hall

Exclusive: The Environmental Voter Project is expanding its effort to mobilize inactive green voters to five more states, bringing its total operation to... → Read More

After championing greener building codes, local governments lose right to vote

The nonprofit association in charge of the nation’s building codes has given the construction and gas industries more control. → Read More

Rep. Jamaal Bowman Sees Climate As The Next Big Education Push After COVID-19 Reopenings

The New York Democrat is endorsing a $1.16 trillion plan to retrofit school buildings to be cleaner and greener and to hire more teachers. → Read More

Nation’s First Black EPA Administrator Champions Environmental Justice

Given class and race disparities in pollution exposure, Michael Regan has his work cut out for him. → Read More

Senate Confirms Michael Regan As The Nation's 16th EPA Administrator

The 44-year-old former North Carolina regulator is the first Black man to run the agency in its 50-year history. → Read More

Senate Confirms Michael Regan As The Nation's 16th EPA Administrator

The 44-year-old former North Carolina regulator is the first Black man to run the agency in its 50-year history. → Read More

UN says environmental racism in Louisiana’s Cancer Alley must end

It condemned disproportionate cancer rates in the badly polluted petrochemical corridor. → Read More

Big Polluters Just Power-Stomped Cities Seeking Greener Building Codes

New rules create a huge roadblock to decarbonizing the economy, advocates say. → Read More

The World Finally Started Cutting Climate Pollution. Now It Needs To Multiply That By 10.

New research shows that climate regulations work — but more countries need to get on board. → Read More

UN Human Rights Experts Say Environmental Racism In Louisiana’s Cancer Alley Must End

The report from a body that normally investigates Russia, Myanmar and Afghanistan condemned disproportionate cancer rates in the badly polluted petrochemical corridor. → Read More

Biden Administration Wades Into Major Fight Over Green Building Codes

The Energy Department wants the nonprofit that sets model codes to justify its industry-backed bid to block cities from adopting more energy-efficient rules. → Read More

Developers Aim to Halt Local Push Toward Climate-Friendly Building Codes

It’s “a shameless attempt to change the rules,” says one green-construction advocate. → Read More