The 2020 US presidential election is a critical moment for politics, technology and policy-making. We cover everything from secure voting systems and disinformation campaigns to the future of jobs and plans to combat climate change.
He doesn’t plan to spend nearly as much, but he’s striving to build a broader coalition.
But it restricts some of the tools we may need to rapidly cut greenhouse-gas emissions.
The Democratic presidential candidate has adopted more favorable views of fracking, nuclear, and carbon removal than his more progressive rivals.
There’s a new crowd of would-be oracles, determined not to replicate the mistakes of their predecessors.
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