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Funding Housing Sustainably: The Promise of California Cap and Trade

by Oriya Cohen
California has a severe housing shortage. Because of steady population and job growth, poor planning, and local land-use processes that often stifle development, more than half of the…

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Which Communities Experience the Most Drinking Water Violations?

The drinking water crisis in Flint, Michigan, shed light on an unfortunate truth in American society—access to safe and reliable drinking water is not guaranteed for everyone. Several local studies…

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Emission Data Show That Black People Are Most Exposed to Air Pollution

Residential exposure to air pollution in the form of particulate matter has been linked to respiratory and cardiovascular diseases and premature death. Prior research shows that people of color* and…

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The Cost of Long Commutes for Bay Area Workers & Environment

In places where residents must look to the outer fringe to afford housing, the combined cost of housing and transportation more accurately reflects households’ core costs of living there. In…

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