Rohitesh Dhawan, a resource economist at KPMG, on new developments in the international climate policy arena, as well as South Africa’s new domestic carbon tax.
Sustainability requires changes in perceptions as well as behavior.
The University of Juba’s medical students will be the new country of South Sudan’s first generation of doctors.
With the sudden demise of U.S. corn ethanol subsidies, opportunity beckons to remake American biofuels policy along greener, more efficient lines.
Medical history reminds us that science is best served with equal parts humility and inspiration.
Biodiversity preservation can provide critical services to the poor.
President Obama rejected the Keystone XL pipeline, but the relief may only be temporary.
Facing dire threats to its food, water, and cities, China has become a surprising leader in climate change policy.
Most prisoners with children are incarcerated more than 100 miles from home. California’s prison realignment could help change this.
Instead of government subsidies for higher education, which have uncertain returns, perhaps firms can get involved in creating the educated workforce that they seek.