Tracking the November Elections

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August 11, 2020

election 2020 ballot box with image of donkey and elephant in red and blue

The U.S. elections in November are critical in determining the future of efforts to tackle climate change, and millions of people with an interest in climate change will be trying to stay up to date with respect to who will win the election. 

We’ve built a small Mini-Brain we’re calling Tracking the Pulse of Election 2020 that we’ve designed to be accessed via your mobile device that will allow you to track in a matter of seconds: 

  • The latest polling results
  • The latest prediction market results (you might even want to bet (legally) some of your own money in these markets!)
  • The latest COVID-19 statistics for the U.S., nationally and at the state levels (given the relevance of COVID-19 to the elections directly and to the economy)

You can take a look at the Mini-Brain online here, where you’ll also see the simple instructions for downloading it to your mobile device, or you can go directly to the Mini-Brain order page at our Your External Brains website.

For a demo of the Mini-Brain on your phone, watch below!

About the author 

Laura Kosloff

Laura Kosloff is an attorney with more than 30 years of environmental and natural resources experience. She has worked on numerous topics including hazardous waste, environmental justice, water law, and climate change. Currently she focuses on legal and policy issues relating to energy, climate, and other resource issues facing companies and organizations, with a growing focus on risk communication. She has worked extensively on the design of greenhouse gas mitigation and offset policies, and participated in carbon offset negotiations and due diligence.

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