Propane May Be Under-Utilized in the United States

By: Emmanuel Akinbobola and Akinbodunde Akinbobola To secure the frontline against climate change, humanity needs to seriously confront increasing carbon emissions. The United States’ heavy reliance on fossil fuels—especially fossil fuels with high carbon emissions—challenges progress on achieving net zero carbon emissions. However, low-carbon fossil fuels like propane, specifically liquified

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Detroit and the Future of Labor

By: Kalena Thomhave LATE LAST MONTH, the United Autoworkers (UAW) strike against General Motors (GM) ended after five weeks. Workers on the strike line took massive pay cuts, earning just $275 per week from the union in order to fight for a better contract. Since the strike began in mid-September

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