Is Nepal’s proposal to rent high-altitude peaks to private groups a promising new form of public-private partnership, or a theft of public resources?
Will a one-size-fits-all energy standard work across the entire United States?
A new plan to expand Australian coal exports threatens to severely damage the Great Barrier Reef.
Do the recent changes in regulations governing power plants mean the U.S. is engaged in a War on Coal?
What issues will S&S be following in 2014? From healthcare to shale gas, sustainable cities to stranded assets, it’s going to be a big one.
We produce enough food today to feed the entire world. Why we don’t is largely an issue of distribution. How would transitioning to local production of food change that?
Season’s greetings from all of us here at S&S! We’re taking the day off, so enjoy a rundown of our recent publications!
In recognition of the holiday our blog today will be a review of the pieces we’ve published over the past few weeks.
With the release of the latest IPCC Report, it is obvious that something must be done to curb global greenhouse gas emissions. But what?
As fires have grown larger and more frequent, the effort required to fight them has grown as well, a process that is taking its toll on the Federal budget. Is prevention losing out to suppression?