Steve Dubb is Research Director of The Democracy Collaborative at the University of Maryland and has worked for the Collaborative since 2004. Dubb is the principal author of “Linking Colleges to Communities: Engaging the University for Community Development” (2007) and “Building Wealth: The New Asset-Based Approach to Solving Social and Economic Problems,” published by The Aspen Institute in 2005. In 2010 Dubb co-authored a number of reports, including “The Road Half Traveled: University Engagement at a Crossroads” (with Rita Axelroth Hodges) and “Growing a Green Economy for All: From Green Jobs to Green Ownership” (with Deborah Warren). Dubb also conducted (with Ted Howard) the initial strategic planning that led to the development of the Evergreen Cooperative initiative in Cleveland, Ohio.

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Americans face a unique challenge in solving the climate crisis. Unlike other Western countries and Japan, where population is projected to be relatively constant, the U.S. population is set to grow by at least 100 million—and likely 150 million—people by 2050. Where and under what conditions these people live present serious challenges to …

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