Climate-related natural disasters are no longer one-off occurrences, rather they are systemic events that need preventive action.
Trump already wants to invest in energy and infrastructure. If he does so in a climate-friendly way, the U.S. will reap enormous benefits — and so will the rest of the world.
The global economic gains from migration will lose their luster unless many of the factors that propel people to leave their countries for better opportunities abroad are addressed.
The world needs much stronger emission cuts than whatever comes out of the upcoming Paris talks on climate change.
Infrastructure projects in Asia must be accompanied by protective safeguards to avoid damaging the environment, climate and communities — and slowing economic growth.
As a new global agreement on reducing carbon emissions won't come into effect until 2020, a global stand must be bolstered by country initiatives to help address the socioeconomic effects of climate change that are already being felt.
WASHINGTON — The worldwide drive for higher incomes in the face of mounting environmental destruction has heightened the tension between growth and the environment. Developing countries that want to sustain high growth, as well as industrial countries that wish to generate any kind of growth, ...