U.S. bank collapse could spark global crisis: "Dr. Doom" Nouriel Roubini
"We're speaking about institutions with trillions of dollars of assets, not $400 billion like SVB," economist Nouriel Roubini told Newsweek.
FBI to reveal "worldwide threats" facing U.S.
"We have never had a potential adversary like China," Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Mark Warner said ahead of Wednesday's hearing.
What Are the Global Risks To Watch For in 2023?
Ukraine has reminded us that democracy is worth fighting for, but the global decline of democracy continues.
Gender, Environment and Climate Change
As postcolonial ecofeminists have long cautioned, the international community needs to ensure that in championing the gender and climate change connections and putting women at the forefront of this, it should not perpetuate harmful stereotypes that relegate the Third World woman as repositories of care for the environment.
Climate Disinformation at COP27, Brought to You by Big Tech
As nations negotiate the future of humanity at the United Nations' climate change conference, COP27, climate disinformation is making their job much harder.
Why Are Some Global Health Efforts Failing?
New technologies and scientific advancements can transform the state of global health—once we accept that many global health programs need to be transformed as well.
Sri Lanka Cast Out of Eden By Greedy Elite
With declining tax collection squeezing government revenue and spending, foreign borrowing—at higher rates, with shorter maturities—increasingly financed budget deficits.
A Looming Global Food Crisis Demands International Funding Response
The time for action is now—if the world is to avoid cascading political instability in the Global South sparked by rising costs for ordinary people.
The 'G-word': Legislators' Fundamental Role to Defend Liberal Democracy
Given the current state of the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the crimes against humanity, it is recommended that normative recognition of war crimes as genocide should not be delayed any further.
Easter's Spirit and Past Inspire Us to Feed World's Hungry
This Easter, as part of festivities, you can donate to charities like the World Food Program, CARE, CRS, Mercy Corps, Action Against Hunger, Save the Children, Edesia and others fighting global hunger.
As Consumer Prices Rise, Coffee is Canary in the Climate Change Coal Mine
Over the past few years, COVID-19, climate events and new political conflicts have demonstrated that global shocks are becoming the new normal. Agricultural industries like coffee need a strong pipeline of innovations to reduce risk.
We Are All Maldivians
Saving the first nation to face extinction from climate change is a test for global action, which we cannot afford to fail.
Postponing Davos Talks on Climate Change Probably Slowed Climate Change
While the distance of flights would vary, with an average flight length of three hours, Davos would see almost 34.6 million pounds burned during the event.
Space Race, Cyberthreats Are Risks to Global Economy, Says Economic Forum
"We're at the point now where cyberthreats are growing faster than our ability to effectively prevent and manage them," said a risk management leader.
Miss World and Miss Universe Are Not the Same—Beauty Pageants Explained
The rival international beauty contests were launched around the same time but have different origins.
Gap in Justice Capital Perception is Global
A person's perceptions of justice reveal something about their stories and the authorities that shaped their lives.
U.S. Should Give Global Vaccine Effort a Shot in the Arm
The world has too much to gain—and the United States too much to lose—for us to not get shots into every unvaccinated arm as soon as possible.
As Coronavirus Deaths Pass 1 Million, These Countries Are Worst Affected
The U.S., Brazil and India are among the countries with the most COVID-19 deaths to date.
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Quarantine Life Survival Checklist: How to Utilize Your Time at Home
Everyone is trying to survive the horrible moments of their quarantine life. With this quarantine life survival checklist, you can utilize your time at home to make it paramount.
Global Economy Will Shrink by 3 Percent in 2020, IMF Forecasts
The International Monetary Fund said the global economy is set to suffer the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression this year as governments worldwide deal with the coronavirus pandemic.
Trump Properties Face $2.1 Million Annual Fines for Building Emissions
"President Trump—you're on notice. Your polluting buildings are part of the problem. Cut your emissions or pay the price," Mayor Bill de Blasio said.
Activists Challenge Biden on Climate Change: 'Prove It'
"It's easy for politicians to simply acknowledge that climate change exists. What's harder is a real plan that measures up to the urgency of the crisis," said Greenpeace.
Water Pollution Concerns U.S. More Than Climate Change
A new report shows strong regional differences in the amount of concern Americans have for global warming.
Pruitt Given 'Global Warming for Dummies' While at EPA
He also received accepted six gifted copies of "The Lorax."
44 Percent 'Worry a Great Deal About Global Warming'
New Gallup Poll also says that 66 percent of Americans believe that global warming is being caused by human activity.
Climate Change Hearing Ends After Democrats Don't Show
Republicans passed a motion to adjourn after only two Democrats showed up to start the hearing.
Global Warming: Map Shows Climate in Your Area in 2080
If current levels of greenhouse gas emissions are pumped into the Earth's atmosphere for the rest of the 21st century, today's children will live in climates not seen for millennia.
Colonization Led to so Much Death It Cooled the Planet
An estimated 10 percent of the global population was wiped out.
How The Polar Vortex and Global Warming Are Connected
Freezing temperatures have prompted deniers to question climate change, but it could well be a symptom of a warming world.
Public Won't Pay $10 a Month to Combat Climate Change
Only 28 percent of Americans surveyed said they would pay $10 each month to combat climate change.