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By Project Syndicate - Sep 27,2023
By Joyita Roy Chowdhury and Prarthna Agarwal Goel PUNE/NEW DELHI — Of the many natural disasters that afflict India each year, floods are by far the most prevalent.
By Project Syndicate - Sep 25,2023
By Indermit Gill and M. Ayhan KoseWASHINGTON, DC — The poorest countries are in desperate straits, and the rest of the world is looking the other way. Doing so comes easy, because low-income countries (LICs) matter little to the fate of the world in the near term.
By Project Syndicate - Sep 23,2023
By Gary Yohe and Roger Kuhns MIDDLETOWN/MYSTIC – In 2005, the European Union established the HYPERLINK "" \t "_blank"Emissions Trading System, the world’s first, and largest, market for carbon allowa
By Project Syndicate - Sep 22,2023
By Laura Tyson and Lenny Mendonca BERKELEY — The Washington Post’s famous slogan, “Democracy Dies in Darkness”, is sadly coming true in many parts of the United States.
By Project Syndicate - Sep 15,2023
By Michael Spence, Anu Madgavkar and Sven Smit MILAN — With the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly and Climate Week NYC about to begin, and the next UN Climate Change Conference (COP28) approaching fast, it is imperative that the world clarify the relat
By Project Syndicate - Sep 12,2023
By Jorge G. Castañeda and Carlos Ominami MEXICO CITY — Commemorating a coup d’état can be difficult, especially in Latin America, where coups, and the military caudillos that often follow, have been commonplace.
By Project Syndicate - Sep 10,2023
By Ken Ofori-Atta and Axel van TrotsenburgNAIROBI — Amid an escalating climate emergency and a global debt crisis, calls for a new “fit for climate” global financial architecture are growing louder throughout the developing world.
By Project Syndicate - Sep 09,2023
By Azali Assoumani, Emmanuel Macron, and Bola TinubuPARIS — At the end of June, a historic summit on international solidarity concluded the Paris Agenda for People and the Planet.
By Project Syndicate - Sep 04,2023
By Mahmoud Mohieldin, Bogolo Kenewendo and Reuben WambuiCAIRO/GABORONE — Climate finance is inefficient, insufficient and unfair. With debt levels and borrowing costs soaring, climate action must be funded through more equity investments and concessional financing.
By Project Syndicate - Sep 04,2023
By Jordan Kyle and Kwaw AndamWASHINGTON, DC/ABUJA — In his inauguration speech in May, Nigerian President Bola Tinubu announced the end of the country’s decades-old fuel subsidy.



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