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Gregory E. Kaebnick
Coal sits at the center of the most inconvenient truth about global-warming policy.
David G. Victor, Richard K. Morse
Coal may not remain the cheapest source of electric power for much longer.
The exaggerated fears over digital warfare.
How do we decide what is individual talent and what is luck?
Claude S. Fischer
When it comes to health care, economists ignore their own rules.
Reflections on information technology and democracy.
The problem with building public spheres from above, online or offline, is much like that of building Frankenstein’s monsters: we may not like the end product.
The role of neglected cities in a sustainable future.
Why I switched to the One Laptop Per Chhild —and why I dropped it
Richard M. Stallman
Time to adapt to climate change.
Michael D. Mastrandrea, Stephen H. Schneider
Without public investment, the food crisis will only get worse.
Rosamond Naylor, Walter Falcon
Case Study: What Works Best in Poor Countries?
Michael Kremer, Edward Miguel, Clair Null, Alix Zwane
Vital reading on politics, literature, and more in your inbox
David Theo Goldberg
Chris Hong, Robert Manduca, Nic Johnson
Jules Joanne Gleeson
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