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Can the U.S. and Europe Agree on Rules for AI?

As EU and U.S. leaders meet in Washington at a joint Trade and Technology Council, there is great need for a proposed “transatlantic accord on artificial intelligence.” But the two sides have differing agendas, and...

Global Push for Hydrogen Sidesteps Knowledge Gaps on Climate Impacts

Recent studies reveal the considerable global warming potential of a fuel that many fossils see as their industry’s best hope for a second life.

Does the Climate Bill Throw Environmental Justice Under the Bus?

And three more questions about the biggest climate legislation in US history.

What Does the Inflation Reduction Act Mean for Climate Tech?

Here are questions to ask about the bill’s impact on climate tech. In any case, it's a huge and welcome step forward.

What Is Impact Investing?

As private foundations aim for 100 percent of their endowment assets and grant funds to serve the greater good, we examine four distinct approaches they can take for impact investing, ranging from fiscally conservative to...

Amid Tumult, Crypto Industry Seeks Regulation

A crypto movement that once tried to circumvent governments and regulators of any kind is finally raising its hand and begging to be regulated.

Exxon Must Go to Trial Over Alleged Climate Crimes, Court Rules

The ruling, and another crucial court decision this week, will force the company to face charges it lied about global heating.

The Future of Crypto: Special Crystal Ball Edition

If you’re thinking of investing in crypto, take your time to learn more about the market in general and the performance of individual cryptocurrencies before you do. The recent crash of some cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin,...

Plastics: “The New Coal”

Plastics have yielded life-saving medical advances, supercharged technological advancements, helped send us to space, and transformed our lives in innumerable ways. But they are poisoning our people and our planet.

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