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What We Expect: Climate Impacts from a Trump Administration

Donald Trump’s election comes at a time where the world needs more engagement in climate policy, not less. Here are some impacts we expect to see, along with the efforts we’ll need to see from the business and financial sector to counter-balance the expected scaling back of U.S. engagement.

Trump’s Border Wall and Labor Costs

If Donald Trump gets his way and he builds that wall, or even succeeds in only launching his other immigration ideas, wages across many sectors could rise in the short term. Employment opportunities, however, could shrivel, and the fact is that manufacturing jobs are not coming back to the U.S.

On a Bleak Night for Progressives, Minimum Wage Hikes a Big Winner

Both blue and red workers in four very different states will benefit economically after Tuesday night’s election returns: voters approved initiatives that will raise their states’ minimum wage over the next few years, to as high as $13.50 in Washington state.

3 Things the Social Justice Sector Can Do to Make History

At a time when global challenges like climate change, resource scarcity and social inequity make our future uncertain, the demand for leaders with the courage to make history has never been greater. Here are three concrete steps to take to make a difference.

Looking to the Next Century of Forest Conservation

2This year marks the centennial celebration of what some have called “America’s greatest idea” — the National Parks system. As the country looks back at 100 years of National Parks and the successes and complexities that have come with them, it’s also a chance to look forward to the future. Here are some possibilities for the next century of conservation.

3p Weekend: 8 Ways America is Already Great

And amidst all this talk about making America great again, it’s easy to forget how far we’ve come as a society. Before you go hide under your covers all weekend, take a moment to remember the ways America is already great.

What Happens If Millennials Vote?

Millennials are the second largest generation in the U.S. But they have never voted in numbers representative of their population size. What will it mean for America’s future if they decide to vote this time around?