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Red Sky at Morning at Twenty: A Reflection

Red Sky at Morning at Twenty: A Reflection

Originally published in 2004, Gus Speth’s Red Sky at Morning warned the approach being taken to address global climate change was doomed to failure. In this essay, Speth reflects on the continued… READ MORE

Is Our President a National Security Threat?

Is Our President a National Security Threat?

Harold Hongju Koh— If re-elected, could President Trump, by a single tweet, withdraw America from the United Nations, NATO, and every treaty and international organization to which the U.S. belongs?… READ MORE

The Environment: Not Quite Left Out

The Environment: Not Quite Left Out

Joya Chatterji— Most people of South Asia in the 20th century had a different understanding of the environment than we have today. Today we see speak of the impending “global… READ MORE

Plant Science Tackles the Climate Crisis

Plant Science Tackles the Climate Crisis

Sharon Kingsland— Global climate change is occurring much faster than was anticipated at the start of our century, and is now considered a crisis or emergency. Scientists in many fields… READ MORE

Measurements for a Green World

Measurements for a Green World

Piero Martin— Will measurements save the world? Or, better, our life as humans on this planet? Certainly, they will help. Actually, they are already doing an important job since—much better… READ MORE

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