Press & Publications

From The Nation

The Intercept. Cited. With a Green New Deal, Here’s What the World Could Look Like for the Next Generation by Kate Aronoff. December 5 2018.

Forbes. Cited. Building On A Progressive Legacy: A New Generation's New Deal by Mark Paul. December 5, 2018.

Background Briefing with Ian Masters. Guest. December 4, 2018.

Huffington Post. We Can Pay for a Green New Deal by Stephanie Kelton, Andres Bernal, and Greg Carlock. November 30, 2018.

The Washington Post. Cited. The Trump White House tries to hide our climate emergency by James Downie. November 27, 2018.

Salon. Cited. Why Democrats must embrace Ocasio-Cortez’s “Green New Deal” proposal by Paul Rosenberg. November 25, 2018.

The Nation. Cited: Can the Blue Wave Deliver a Green New Deal? by Christopher D. Cook. November 20, 2018.

Grist. Interviewed: The Green New Deal: How to Fix the Economy without Breaking the Planet by Jesse Nichols. November 5, 2018.

Vogue. Cited: Bria Vinaite Explains the Green New Deal by Bridget Read. November 2, 2018.

Current Affairs. Cited: What’s the Climate Equivalent for “Medicare for All”? by Nathan J. Robinson. October 30, 2018.

The Hill. Cited: The Overhaul Needed to Get the Global Economy Off Coal, Oil and Gas by Garrett Blad. October 15, 2018.

Newsweek. Quoted: Republicans Are Slowly Warming to Climate Change—Is it Already Too Late? by Nicole Goodkind. September 25, 2018

The Michelangelo Signorile Show. Guest. SiriusXM Progress Radio. September 25, 2018.

The Intercept. Cited: All of a Sudden, Adding “Green” to a Policy Idea Makes It More Popular by Kate Aronoff. September 21, 2018.

Earther - Gizmodo. Quoted: Most Americans Think We Can Save the Planet and Create Jobs at the Same Time by Brian Kahn. September 19, 2018.

The Nation. Why the Best New Deal Is a Green New Deal by Greg Carlock and Sean McElwee. September 18, 2018.

New York Magazine. Cited: Voters Are Ready for a Green New Deal. Are Democrats? by Eric Levitz. September 18, 2018.

A Green New Deal by Greg Carlock and Emily Mangan. Data For Progress. September 2018.

Midwest Energy News. Quoted: In Chicago and Iowa, contrasting tales of building a clean energy economy by Yana Kunichoff. August 7, 2017

Climate Change: An Encyclopedia of Science and History, Chapter Author: Precautionary Principle. Black et al. ABC-CLIO, 2013.

Energy Policy. Factors in low-carbon energy transformations: Comparing nuclear and bioenergy in Brazil, Sweden, and the United States by Hultman et al. Vol 40, 2012.

Brookings Institution. Energy and Green Growth: Recasting the Options, Re-envisioning Sustainability by Greg Carlock, Nate Hultman, and Katherine Sierra. 2011.