Jay Sullivan is an Innovation & Technology Policy Fellow at the Federation of American Scientists and The Day One Project. Previously, he created open innovation programs and advised early-stage social innovation startups at Conservation X Labs and completed a Fulbright grant in Malaysia. He is a Clinton Global Initiative University Commitment Mentor and holds a B.A. from Duke University and an M.Phil. in Development Studies from the University of Cambridge.
Powering the clean energy transition is more important now than ever. Authors propose creating the Energy Security Workforce Training (ESWT) Initiative to align existing U.S. government support for education and training that will create resilient supply chains and address the green skills gap.
Development aid can support local businesses, improve outcomes, and cut costs. Here’s how a Supply Chain Commercialization Fund can work with the private sector and build resilient health supply chains in Africa.
One of the most urgent challenges discussed the past few weeks at COP27 was climate adaptation—how to secure and empower communities worldwide that are already in the throes of climate change’s worst impacts. U.S. policymakers have rightly recognized climate adaptation and food security as growing intertwined national security and development aid priorities. Yet most acute climate adaptation challenges like […]