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Getting the Social Cost of Carbon Right

US President Joe Biden deserves congratulations for committing the United States to rejoin global efforts to combat climate change. But America and the world must respond to the challenge efficiently.

Prevent the Next Food Crisis Now

The toxic cocktail of climate change, conflict, and COVID-19 is making itself felt most intensely in the world’s poorest and most vulnerable countries.

Prevent the Next Food Crisis Now

The toxic cocktail of climate change, conflict, and COVID-19 is making itself felt most intensely in the world’s poorest and most vulnerable countries.

Fears and Hopes Surrounding COVID-19 Vaccines

Nearly nine months into the novel coronavirus pandemic, health care experts are still discussing how to navigate the hopes and fears, emotional crises, challenges in leadership, public health education challenges, challenges in medical care, and impact on the economy brought by COVID-19.

A Federal Law on a State matter?

The Constitution of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia (the Constitution) gives enumerated powers to the Federal Government while reserving residual powers for the States.

Europe Must Become a Global Climate Power

The world is eagerly watching the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines and looking forward to a return to normalcy after a year of lockdowns. But there will never be a vaccine for the other looming threat to humanity: climate change.