This report summarizes the Transforming Industrial Regions of North America and Europe symposium, including strategies to rebuild economies and stem antidemocratic populism.
"COP26 shows that American cities and states should have a greater role in US diplomacy," writes Matthew Abbott in Inkstick.
Director of Global Cities Research Sam Kling writes in La Cahiers on the history leading to the vilification of cities and density early in the pandemic.
“Cities play an increasingly central role in addressing the environmental crisis and in welcoming the growing number of migrants,” Foroogh Farhang cowrites in the Diplomatic Courier.
“We can use Big Data to understand and communicate the planetary crisis while simultaneously measuring progress,” Nonresident Senior Fellow Robert Muggah writes in Foreign Policy.
“Wealthier countries and companies that are driving climate change share an obligation to support and invest in solutions for those most adversely affected,” writes Robert Muggah in Devex.
Dems must offer “economic opportunities and optimism to the largely white, working-class voters,” writes Nonresident Senior Fellow John Austin in the Hill.
John Austin writes in Newsweek how "for economic growth, international security, global political stability and the protection of our democracies—the time for ally-shoring is now!"
Rob Paral discusses the state of Illinois and Greater Chicago area leading by example on immigrant inclusion and legal policies.
Nonresident Senior Fellow John Austin writes about what the US Industrial Heartland can teach us about American renewal and bridging political divides.