Opinion

Can the U.S. and Europe Agree on Rules for AI?

As EU and U.S. leaders meet in Washington at a joint Trade and Technology Council, there is great need for a proposed “transatlantic accord on artificial intelligence.” But the two sides have differing agendas, and...

In Our Own Best Interests

Biden has signed some groundbreaking legislation lately, but mostly our leaders are failing us. Too many are taking actions that harm us and even them. What’s wrong with working for collective betterment?

Confessions Of A Climate Convert

How Jim McCann, the founder and chairman of 1-800 Flowers and Clarim Media, changed his mind about the urgency of climate change.

Fossil Fuels Are a Threat to National Security

The youth movement urges President Biden to act—with or without Congress.

Why the Chemical Industry Is an Overlooked Climate Foe — and What to Do About It

It’s time to overhaul the chemical industry — for the sake of fenceline communities and the rest of the planet.

Take Me to Space.

Star Trek is about everything we can achieve when we work together in service of our most cherished ideals. If Bezos is a true Trekkie, he must feel that in his bones.

Is Recruiting Teenage Influencers to Promote Vaccines a Good Idea?

As a teen in high school myself, I can say with confidence that people like me probably shouldn’t be entrusted to inform the masses during a global pandemic.

Gen Z: Get Off Tik Tok and into the Streets

It’s easy to get lost in the world of social media, where posting is easy and dramatic statistics gain millions of likes, but the urgency of the climate crisis must force all of us to...

I’ll Miss Bill and Melinda

Never underestimate the woman who marries a geek.

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