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"Money Can’t Buy Happiness" Redux

Does economic growth increase a nation’s well-being? Mainstream economists and politicians have long claimed “yes,” and have made growth the sine qua non of development policy. However, numerous empirical studies have challenged the equation of money and happiness in affluent countries, and now new studies show that the correlation is weak in developing countries as well.
The Refugee Crisis: Dress Rehearsal for a World on the Move

The Refugee Crisis: Dress Rehearsal for a World on the Move

Facing danger and turmoil at home, hundreds of thousands of refugees have crossed the Mediterranean Sea so far this year, seeking sanctuary and a new life in Europe. The spike in refugees has been largely driven by the bloody civil war in Syria, which has displaced over 10 million people. In the near term, the European Union, with the help of the United Nations and the United States, must find a way to address this humanitarian crisis....
Big Money Talks: Save Capitalism from Itself

Big Money Talks: Save Capitalism from Itself

The message—preventing climate change makes economic sense—is old. But the messenger—Big Money—is new. Nine years have passed since the blue-ribbon Stern Report found that the benefits of climate mitigation would outweigh the costs. Nevertheless, the conventional wisdom, fostered by moneyed interests, has remained just the opposite....

Troubling Climate News: Bad News Is No News

Troubling Climate News: Bad News Is No News

July was the hottest month on record, and 2015 is shaping up to be the hottest calendar year. The most striking thing about this very bad news is how un-newsworthy it feels. Reports of ever higher temperatures have become the expectation as the zeitgeist adapts to—and comes to live with—the reality of a climate system barreling toward deeper peril....
The US Climate Initiative: New Hope for Paris?

The US Climate Initiative: New Hope for Paris?

Is there still hope for a climate accord in Paris this fall? The United States, a laggard in international climate action, is taking positive steps forward. The Obama administration’s recently announced Clean Power Plan sets the nation’s most ambitious targets to date for reducing greenhouse gas emissions....
Renewable Energy: The 100% Solution

Renewable Energy: The 100% Solution

Is a transition to a 100% renewable energy economy possible? A Stanford University team has demonstrated the feasibility of a worldwide transition to a renewable energy economy by 2050. In a recent follow-up study, they show in more detail how this can be accomplished at the national level, specifically, in the United States....
Climate Action: Coming to a Courtroom Near You

Climate Action: Coming to a Courtroom Near You

Mitigating climate change is not just a good idea, it’s the law—at least it is in the Netherlands, and other countries may soon follow suit. In a landmark ruling last month, a court in The Hague ordered the Dutch government to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by at least 25% within five years in the first climate liability suit brought under human rights and tort law....

We the Peoples Redux

We the Peoples Redux

“We the Peoples,” the voice of the UN Charter, is returning to center stage. The vision of cosmopolitan democracy the Charter enshrined seventy years ago has been lost as the UN became an arena for advancing state interests through the Cold War and beyond. The UN’s multi-stakeholder approach has given official standing to multilateral organizations, NGOs, and corporations, but not to democratic representation of the citizens of the world.…
A Tsunami of Electronic Waste

A Tsunami of Electronic Waste

The digital technology linking us in the virtual world of cyberspace also forms a rising tide in the tangible world of solid and toxic waste. The UN Environment Programme reports that up to 90% of electronic waste is illegally traded or dumped each year. In 2014, almost 42 million tonnes of computers, smart phones, and other electronics were discarded...
Civil Society Under Fire

Civil Society Under Fire

Non-governmental organizations are under attack in many countries. China is drafting a new law restricting NGOs and detaining activists for campaigning against sexual harassment. Cambodia’s rulers have threatened to arrest NGO leaders that insult the ruling party, and Indonesia recently imposed tighter limits on NGO activity....