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Overview of Sustainability Free Preview

Sustainability Policy. Covered. 

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Here’s an overview of what this new policy area will cover.
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Federal, State, Local and Global

Federal, state, local and global policies on climate change, the circular economy, ESG investing and related areas.
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Corporate & Government Actions

The intersection of corporate and government actions and policies on sustainability.
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Future of Sustainability

How policymakers, business executives, investors, and activists are shaping the future of supply chains and workforces.
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Efficacy of Sustainability Efforts

Whether corporate and government promises and innovations lead to tangible change.

Topics Include

Here of some of the topics this new coverage area will explore.
  • Supply chain
  • Climate change
  • Sustainable finance
  • Chemicals
  • Electric cars & public transportation
  • Agricultural practices
  • Circular economy 
  • ESG
  • Plastics
  • Water use
  • Waste & pollution
  • Land use & biodiversity
  • And more

Meet the Team

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POLITICO Pro editors and reporters are true subject matter experts. When you subscribe to POLITICO Pro, you have direct access to the team, and can ask for answers to your critical questions.

Nick Juliano

Nick Juliano is POLITICO and POLITICO Pro’s sustainability policy editor. He previously served as the deputy energy editor, helping to oversee coverage of oil and gas, utilities, renewable energy and climate change among other topics.
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Catherine Boudreau

Catherine Boudreau is a sustainability policy reporter for POLITICO Pro and POLITICO. She previously spent five years covering food, agriculture and nutrition policy, first for Bloomberg BNA and then for POLITICO starting in 2016. 
  • A Letter from Nick Juliano


    Dear readers,

    The coronavirus pandemic has reshaped the global economy virtually overnight, and we don’t yet know what the world will look like once it’s under control. But short-term upheaval does not mean businesses and governments can abandon long-term planning. If anything, it only underscores the importance of building sustainable economies...

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