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Perspectives Blog

What works? That’s always the question when tackling the world’s toughest challenges. 

We have answers based on our research and implementation experience. For affordable housing, child trauma and coastal restoration. For universal health coverage, gender equality and blockchain technology. For HIV/AIDS and influenza. And much, much more. Our blogs invite readers to gain insights from our bold thinkers.

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Breaking Cassandra’s Curse: Advancing Climate Legislatio …

Jonathan Dorn, Ph.D., MPP, PMP
Senior Associate, Abt Associates
Jonathan G. Dorn
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Hurricane Katrina’s Tech Lessons for the Current Crisis

Brian Sokol
Senior Director, Data and Analytics
brian sokol
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Planning for Catastrophe: Developing Resilient Supply Ch …

James White RN, MSc, PhDc
Senior Health Specialist, Global Health Security
James White, Senior Associate/Scenitist, International Development
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Climate Priority: Reducing Methane Leaks from Pipelines

Ben Matek
Associate, Health & Environment
Ben Matek
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Justice40: Is Your Federal Program Ready?

The Biden administration has shown a strong commitment to advancing environmental justice and …
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When Is Randomization Right for Evaluation?

Laura Peck, Ph.D.
Principal Scientist, Social & Economic Policy
Laura Peck
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Why Methane Needs to Be a Top Priority at #COP26

Joe Donahue
Senior Associate
Joe Donahue
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Climate, Health, and Environmental Justice: Designing Eq …

Olivia Griot
Senior Analyst, Environmental Policy and Governance
Olivia Griot
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EVs, GHGs, and the Infrastructure Deal: What We Know So …

With transportation accounting for 29 percent of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in 2019, a …
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Government-Citizen Engagement: Abt’s VOICE Solution

Michael W. Link, Ph.D.
Vice President, Data Science, Surveys, and Enabling Technologies Division
Michael W. Link, Ph.D.
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Sometimes, the Story is in the Subgroups

Laura Peck, Ph.D.
Principal Scientist, Social & Economic Policy
Laura Peck