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Does Sustainable Forest Management Actually Protect Forests?   Transcript
02/03/16
A new study finds an uptick in Congo deforestation despite the implementation of sustainable forest management (SFM). >Ideas >Commentary
The One Thing We Still Need In Order To Get To A Low-Carbon Economy   Transcript
02/01/16
Pension funds, insurance companies, and other investors who manage trillions of dollars have an enormous opportunity to change the future by investing in clean energy. >Ideas >Commentary
Amrita Gupta
Amrita Gupta is a "Policy Innovations" journalism fellow at Carnegie Council. >Innovators >People
Raji Ajwani-Ramchandani
Raji Ajwani-Ramchandani is an assistant professor at the Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development. >Innovators >People
COP21: Six Things You Need to Know About Climate Change  
12/09/15
It is no exaggeration to say that the outcomes of the Paris climate conference will determine the future of our planet. As world leaders gather for COP21 this December and try to agree on a global legally binding climate treaty, we offer you six great posts that will help you understand the implications of climate change. >Ideas >Innovations
Reason in a Dark Time: Why the Struggle Against Climate Change Failed—and What It Means for Our Future by Dale Jamieson   Transcript
Daniel Bodansky 12/07/15
Jamieson is interested in the real rather than the ideal world. The result is a book that is uncommonly accessible to nonspecialists, and will resonate even among those working in the trenches of climate policy. >Ideas >Commentary
Does the Legally Binding Character of the Paris Climate Change Agreement Matter and, If So, Why?   Transcript
Daniel Bodansky 12/04/15
How much does the legal form of the Paris outcome matter? Opinions on these questions differ widely. >Ideas >Commentary
Daniel Bodansky
Daniel M. Bodansky is a law professor at Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, and senior sustainability scientist at Global Institute of Sustainability at Arizona State University. >Innovators >People
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International Efforts to Curb Emissions: Will Paris Succeed Where Others Have Failed?   Transcript
Steinar Andresen 12/02/15
Questioning the effectiveness and capacity of the UN to solve this global problem is highly relevant. >Ideas >Commentary
Steinar Andresen
Steinar Andresen is a senior research fellow at the Fridtjof Nansen Institute, in Norway. >Innovators >People
Short-term Goodies versus Long-term Harm: The Ethical Dilemmas of Climate Change   Transcript
Irene Pedruelo 11/30/15
A conversation with philosopher Stephen Gardiner on how humanity should confront the climate change debate. >Ideas >Commentary
Fossil Fuel Follies   Transcript
11/23/15
Lili Fuhr calls out major governments for continuing to lavish subsidies on coal, oil, and natural gas. >Ideas >Commentary
Food is Political   Transcript
Naomi Starkman 11/13/15
In order to put food on the political agenda, we can't just buy our way to a better food system. >Ideas >Commentary
GMOs, Silver Bullets, And the Trap of Reductionist Thinking   Transcript
11/04/15
The biggest problem with GMOs isn't technology. It’s when technology is used as a silver bullet, without considering the broader context within which it operates. >Ideas >Commentary
Building Cities from Scratch: Is There a Formula for a Sustainable City?   Transcript
Elizabeth Rapoport 11/02/15
In the contemporary urban development industry ideas travel in the context of a commercial transaction in which practitioners are hired to provide a service. >Ideas >Commentary
Elizabeth Rapoport
Dr Elizabeth Rapoport is a research associate in the City Leadership Initiative within the University College London Department of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Public Policy (STEaPP). >Innovators >People
Can Nations Reach a Strong Agreement At COP 21?   Transcript
Fiona Harvey 10/27/15
Fiona Harvey provides a look at preparations for the 21st gathering of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP 21) and what key questions need to be resolved for the conference to succeed. >Ideas >Commentary
Fiona Harvey
Fiona Harvey is an award-winning environment journalist for "The Guardian." >Innovators >People
Fighting Obesity Requires a Choice: Profit or Public Health?   Transcript
Roberto De Vogli, Noemi Renzetti 10/15/15
Unless governments take steps to promote healthy diets and discourage consumption of ultra-processed products, chances to stop and reverse the obesity epidemic remain quite slim. >Ideas >Commentary

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