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The U.S. administration exports anti-abortion policies abroad and strips international agreements of references to “sexual orientation” and “gender identities.”
There’s are big problems with the United Nations’ most important environmental metric.
A new set of qualifications focused on strength rather than skill could actually harm Beijing’s efforts at the next Olympics.
The first step is deciding what the United States wants its military to do.
Who Will Save the Planet?
Who Will Save the Planet?...
A decade after the world bailed out finance, it’s time for finance to bail out the world.
By Adam Tooze
Young people care a lot about climate change—but most of them can’t vote. Here’s how governments can adapt to accommodate them.
By David Runciman
Crops already suck up a lot of carbon dioxide. One scientist thinks they can do much more.
Interview by Ravi Agrawal
Dramatic projects to mitigate climate change often don’t work. Slow, quiet, incremental policies are the planet’s best hope.
By Ted Nordhaus
The solutions to climate change lie far, far away.
By Greg Autry