By Jutta Wolf Global warming threatens to cause a huge economic damage to agriculture, adding up to the annual amount of roughly 0.8 percent of global GDP by the end of the century, which translates…Read More
By James Stafford We’ve gone electric, and there’s no going back at this point. Lithium is our new fuel, but like fossil fuels, the reserves we’re currently tapping into are finite—and that’s what investors can…
Some economists are approaching a consensus that the Eurozone’s financial architecture is now resilient enough to withstand another shock similar to that of 2010-11. This column argues that such a view may be overly optimistic….
The UK’s decision to exit the European Union taken with only a small majority in a referendum on 23 June continues to cause divisions within the United Kingdom. According to the observers, numerous demonstrations and…
By Amity Saha* In a historic referendum on June 23 of this year, the people of Britain voted for a British exit from the European Union, popularly called ‘Brexit’. The decision has already made some…
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