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Join an expert panel on Tuesday, July 12, from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. at Pew’s Washington offices for a discussion of some of today’s key global demographic trends. Three contributors to our new publication, Trend, will discuss the data behind these shifts and their policy implications. Read More
Advancing Nature-Based Solutions: An Overview of Living Shorelines and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Proposed Permit
Speakers will discuss the latest scientific research on nature-based solutions, the Corps’ efforts to advance the use of natural infrastructure projects, its Nationwide Permit Program, and the proposed living shorelines permit. Read More
Changes in the workforce and the economy over the past several decades have contributed to the evolving employer-employee relationship. The Great Recession also altered the environment in which workers, job seekers, businesses, and governments operate. Read More
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