Nuclear power, carbon capture at coal and natural gas plants, technologies that remove carbon from the ambient air, and a more ambitious national research agenda must be fully embraced if we are to avoid the worst effects of climate change.
The Bipartisan Policy Center is pleased to announce that Maria Contreras-Sweet, 24th administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration, and Darlene L. Jordan, executive director of the Gerald R. Jordan Foundation, have joined its board of directors.
Our federal government should stop treating natural disasters as surprises
Many regular Americans just want their country back—a country less combative and partisan, and a whole lot more effective. How do we get there from here?
The Bipartisan Policy Center announced today it has expanded its financial and economic policy expertise by naming James B. Lockhart III as a senior fellow and Jason J. Fichtner as a fellow, to provide new depth and analytical skills to ongoing financial and economic policy research.
In partnership with The Steamboat Institute, BPC hosts a discussion on nationalism vs. globalism, featuring honored guests Brexit Architect Nigel Farage, former President of Mexico Vicente Fox, and the Wall Street Journal’s Mary Kissel.
BPC announces an original initiative to foster better personal relationships and greater policy understanding between members of opposing parties in Congress.
BPC President Jason Grumet wrote to the leaders of the new Joint Select Committee on Budget and Appropriations Process Reform outlining three BPC proposals that are relevant to the budget and appropriation process.