The virus confirms that the world needs rules for living together—but not the arbitrary rules we’ve got. For the good of the economy as much as anything else, the focus must shift from investment and trade to public health and the climate, writes Dani Rodrik in Prospect Magazine.
“I suppose Brexit is to blame for the fact that Britain is now growing faster than the major European economies.” Read here
Heathrow Airport’s controversial plans to build a third runway have been thrown into doubt after a court ruling. Read here
It is well documented that carbon markets have failed spectacularly in achieving their environmental objectives and that many carbon offset projects have a devastating social impact. In spite of this evidence,carbon markets remain the main […]