Future Tense has launched a new series called the Future Agenda, in which experts call for one specific, concrete action they would like to see the Biden administration take on technology, science, climate change, etc.
Examples include the FTC prioritizing right to repair, the FCC expanding E-Rate, and changing a FEMA rule that is making it harder for many to prove they lived in homes that were destroyed in natural disasters (and thus making it hard for them to claim funds they are entitled to).
Pieces will be about 800-1,000 words, and will be running between now and Inauguration Day.
ASU has been invited to put forth authors for Future Tense’s consideration. Use this form to pitch your idea or email Michelle Schwartz at [email protected]
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