A roundup of some of the content published today by Brookings.
- Economic consequences of delay in U.S. climate policy. Warwick McKibbin, Adele Morris and Peter Wilcoxen examine the economic implications of the long regulatory and legal process the EPA will undergo in implementing its proposed greenhouse gas regulations.
- Obama’s clean power plan. Philip Wallach takes a closer look at the politics behind the Obama administration’s new EPA proposals for regulating greenhouse gas emissions.
- The oddest congressional primary day yet. That’s what John Hudak calls GOP and Democratic primaries in eight states today.
- Can opportunity be bought? ask Richard Reeves and Quentin Karpilow.
- Can sanctions stop Putin? wonder Clifford Gaddy and Barry Ickes.
“The 21st century has revalued these small geographies. That’s what the 21st century demands,” Katz said, noting that these days, “[w]e aren’t innovating in isolated business parks” in the suburbs.
"Instead of stopping trade, modernize the trade agreements, but also provide safety nets for workers. Because these things are going to keep happening, not only because of trade but because of modernization."