The country is following a familiar pattern of environmental, energy and economic-driven state failure – if the next government refuses to break with neoliberal orthodoxy, it will only accelerate this downwards trajectory
The energy, transport, food, information, and materials sectors are all undergoing rapid technological disruption. But with the right choices, we can rapidly build a more just and advanced civilization that provides unprecedented levels of universal and sustainable prosperity.
This paper explores new possibilities that could empower humanity to solve some of its most intractable problems: energy scarcity and volatility, the persistence of food insecurity and malnutrition, global poverty, and widening inequality.
Scientists are warning that the climate situation is so dire that we will not only need to withdraw carbon from the atmosphere but begin exploring controversial solar geoengineering technologies to cool the planet