Rainforest Reality: Economically-Friendly Environmental Policy
By GABRIELLE ETZEL

Gabrielle Etzel Economic Development, Environmental, History, International, Political Analysis, Politics, The Americas Leave a Comment

The fires that have ravaged the Amazon rainforest over the past month have been devastating to the world’s largest tropical forest ecosystem. Claiming 906,000 hectors of land according to some estimates and a 35% increase in the proliferation of fires in the region since 2010, the environmental integrity of much of the Amazon is in real jeopardy. Environmental organizations and …

Gabrielle EtzelRainforest Reality: Economically-Friendly Environmental Policy
By GABRIELLE ETZEL

Electoral College Knowledge: It Matters And The Popular Vote Doesn’t
By GABRIELLE ETZEL

Gabrielle Etzel Campaign Trail, Education, Governance, History, Law, National, People, Political Analysis, Politics, The Americas 5 Comments

Many analysts project that the Democratic Primary Debate on September 12, 2019, is going to feature the candidates’ views on abolishing the Electoral College. Although each of the candidates will tell you what is wrong with the Electoral College, their arguments won’t adequately explain the most important question relating to how we select the President of the United States: Why …

Gabrielle EtzelElectoral College Knowledge: It Matters And The Popular Vote Doesn’t
By GABRIELLE ETZEL