U.S. President Joe Biden pledged as a candidate to reorient U.S. foreign policy by putting more emphasis on human rights in Washington’s relations with foreign governments. But his “reset” of Middle East policy is proving to be confused and scattershot, and increasingly looks like a continuation of those of his predecessor.
For many, sustainable consumer products are a luxury they simply cannot afford. But this is where government policy could make all the difference. If governments are willing intervene in an emergency like the current fuel crisis, why not do so to prevent an existential emergency like climate change?