Matto published a short commentary in the Conversation on recent electoral breakthroughs by the Green Party of Canada. You can read his essay here:
Matto recently published a piece in Scientific American on the legacy of Garrett Hardin for modern environmentalism. As he writes, Hardin’s work was animated by a difficult legacy of discrimination and racism. We need to find new metaphors if we want to build a just and vibrant climate future.
You can read his essay here:
Stokes co-authored an op-ed with David Pellow and Emily Williams in the Santa Barbara Independent on the proposed oil drilling in the north part of the county. We argued that new fossil fuel infrastructure in problematic for both climate change and environmental justice reasons.
You can read the article here.
Stokes & Mildenberger wrote an opinion article in the New York Times which summarized their article in American Political Science Review (APSR) on legislative staff in Congress. This article, published just before the fall 2019 election, aimed to raise awareness about the gap in representation in Congress.
You can read the full article here.
Leah Stokes co-authored an article with Nic Rivers in Maclean’s on Canada’s proposed carbon rebate program. She argues that policy implementation will be important to ensuring that rebates actually shore up support for the climate policy.