January 2022, Vol. 249, No. 1


Ensuring Resilient Infrastructure and Climate Balance

By Benjamin Dierker, Alliance for Innovation and Infrastructure America’s energy security must be balanced with environmental stewardship while accounting for the needs and impacts of current and future generations.    While energy policy is a function of both market dynamics and public policy, it is time for industry leaders and corporations to take the lead in deploying a new model for robust energy that ensures vulnerable populations have access to reliable, low-cost power while minimizing the energy sector’s environmental footprint.    With a simple, three-pronged model, energy producers, the transportation industry, and even the broader corpo

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