"Soy is a Huge Cloud Over All Agriculture"

Kathryn Redford, co-founder of Ofbug, feeding chickens with worms.

Kathryn Redford has a mission: revolutionize the meat industry. How? By using insects in animal feed, instead of soy or corn.  > More

Commentary

New Life in Old Age

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Joseph Jimenez

Joseph Jimenez suggests how health-care companies can help address the challenge of population aging.

Commentary

Secondary Schools' Primary Importance

Mabel of Orange-Nassau on the importance to end child marriage in one generation. CREDIT: Maurice Mikkers

Joel E. Cohen, Kamal Ahmad

Kamal Ahmad and Joel E. Cohen argue that post-primary education in the developing world benefits all levels of society.

Commentary

Closing India's Technology Gap

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Raghunath A. Mashelkar and Anu Madgavkar chart the tremendous social and economic gains the country would reap from a successful strategy.

Commentary

Where Will All The Workers Go?

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Nouriel Roubini

Nouriel Roubini worries that labor demand will not keep pace with technological innovation.

Briefings

Rainforests: 10 Things to Watch in 2015

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Here's a quick look ahead at what might be in store for tropical forests in 2015.

Briefings

Desertec's Plan for Saharan Sun to Power Europe Burns Out

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Political and technical problems have sunk a mega-plan for huge banks of solar plants in the Middle East and Africa to power Europe with clean desert sunlight.

Commentary

Keep the Internet Tax-Free

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Robert D. Atkinson, Ben Miller

Robert D. Atkinson & Ben Miller use a recently proposed Hungarian law to show why taxing digital technology is bad for growth.

Commentary

Known Quantity

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To be effective, the work of philanthropy should be not just innovative but also cumulative.

Commentary

The Oil Price Opportunity

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Kemal Dervis

Kemal DerviĊŸ, vice president of the Brookings Institution, proposes that governments take advantage of falling oil prices to introduce an explicit carbon tax.

Commentary

Only 9 Percent of Public Ready to Eat Less Meat to Fight Climate Change

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Meat and dairy production accounts for 14.5 percent of greenhouse gas emissions, yet majority of people are unwilling to change diets.



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