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The myth of green capitalism

NEW YORK – Heatwaves, floods, droughts, and wildfires are devastating communities around the world, and

Japan’s four-horse race

  By Takatoshi Ito TOKYO – Last month, I wrote, “Unless [Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide]

What the Energy transition needs

  By Mads Nipper COPENHAGEN – There are encouraging signs of progress in the fight

How Democracy can win again

  By Gergely Karácsony BUDAPEST – My political awakening coincided with the systemic changes that

Why America must go big on infrastructure

  By Laura Tyson and Lenny Mendonca BERKELEY – Economists across the political spectrum have

The west’s unspoken failure in Afghanistan

Instead of promoting a common national identity, the US and its Western allies shied away

Breaking bad bond buying

    LONDON – In the run-up to the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City’s

Reimagining Brasília’s Modernism

  By Carlo Ratti BRASÍLIA – Sixty-one years ago, Brasília emerged from Brazil’s hinterland. Developed

The electric vehicle revolution goes global

  By Reda Cherif, Fuad Hasanov, and Min Zhu BEIJING/WASHINGTON, DC – Four years ago,

Singapore is shaping the future of mobility

By Carlo Ratti BOSTON – Tiziano Terzani was no fan of Singapore. The Florentine writer