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Milton Friedman believed the social responsibility of business was to increase profit. Was he right?
Could the United States’ refusal to accede to the UN Convention of the Law of the Sea come back to haunt it when the scramble for Arctic resources begins in earnest?
New York Times columnist and Pulitzer Prize winner Nick Kristof talks about women’s rights, girls’ education and sustainable development.
Are sustainable Olympic Games even possible? If so, are they worth the hassle?
A new low-cost device is helping to provide safe drinking water to the developing world
Between quickly growing populations and a resource-intensive global economy, the water crunch is coming. What are we doing about it?
Eleanor Ostrom’s work revolutionized thinking about The Commons. Solving our current global problems depends on thinking like hers.
For carbon storage markets to blossom, the usual cast of characters must agree that passing liability to states makes sense.
Tuition hikes, civil disobedience and human development – what do they have in common?