Among economists, a tax on carbon would reflect the real social costs of its use and would cause us to make private decisions that raise overall welfare. But as to who bears the burden of a potential tax increase is a matter of great debate.
Part III of our on-going series on the South African government’s on-going fight against HIV.
Education drives economic growth. But all education is not created equal when it comes to generating growth.
Sense & Sustainability’s leadership has returned to Korea as co-sponsors of the KEY 2015 conference.
Violence against women is a global problem that we know how to solve.
With so much snow, some are questioning whether global warming really exists.
How can we separate buzzwords from strong business practice?
As consumption of pig meat has increased in China, the environmental effects can be felt worldwide.
How will society’s relationship with wind turbines be defined in the future?
S&S’ first on-campus sustainability discussion focused on the merits & drawbacks of divestment.