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· North America

SPIA Reacts: Have Migrants Become 'Political Pawns'?

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis sent two planes of migrants to Martha’s Vineyard on Sept. 14, causing confusion on the Massachusetts island. A day later, Texas Governor Greg Abbott sent two buses of migrants to Vice President Kamala Harris' residence, sparking further political...

Carbon Dioxide Emissions More Costly to Society Than Previously Thought

Amulti-year study of the social cost of carbon, a critical input for climate policy analysis, finds that every additional ton of carbon dioxide emitted into the atmosphere costs society $185 — far higher than the current federal estimate of $51 per ton. After years of robust modeling and...

Research · Global

Students Travel the World (Once Again) for Internships in Global Health

Wheels up! For the first time in two years, Princeton University students traveled both domestically and abroad for internships in global health. The Center for Health and Wellbeing (CHW) sponsored 91 opportunities for research, senior thesis projects, and other health-focused endeavors during...

Research · Africa

Religious Leaders Reduce Intimate Partner Violence in Uganda

Intimate partner violence — or abuse and aggression in a romantic relationship — is a pervasive global issue. In Uganda, a primarily Christian country in East Africa, 56% of women who’ve been married report being sexually violated by a current partner, according to Uganda Bureau of Statistics....