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By Project Syndicate - Dec 27,2023
By Ian Bremmer, Carme Artigas, James Manyik and Marietje Schaake  NEW YORK — Although artificial intelligence (AI) has been quietly helping us for decades, with progress accelerating in recent years, 2023 will be remembered as a “big bang” moment.
By Project Syndicate - Dec 22,2023
Michael Spence Says More… Project Syndicate (PS): You, Anu Madgavkar, and Sven Smit recently pointed out that “economic dynamism and improvements in living standards are vital both to finance climate action and to ensure adequate public support for it”.
By Project Syndicate - Dec 16,2023
By Laurence Tubiana and Kevin P. Gallagher PARIS/BOSTON — With their agreement at COP28 to “transition away from fossil fuels in energy systems”, countries have made genuine progress on tackling climate change.
By Project Syndicate - Dec 14,2023
By Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala and Makhtar Diop GENEVA/WASHINGTON, DC — The world economy is losing steam. With forecasts for both output and trade well below the long-term average, reviving growth has become a top priority for policymakers everywhere.
By Project Syndicate - Dec 12,2023
By Mike Loukides and Tim O'ReillySEBASTOPOL, CALIFORNIA — Generative artificial intelligence (AI) stretches current copyright law in unforeseen and uncomfortable ways.
By Project Syndicate - Dec 09,2023
By Anna Lappé and Patty Fong BERKELEY — As political leaders, policymakers, environmental advocates and philanthropists gather at this year’s United Nations Climate Change Conference in Dubai (COP28), food systems are high on the agenda for the first time.
By Project Syndicate - Dec 08,2023
Jayati Ghosh says more… The resulting currency devaluations have caused the price levels of essential goods to remain high, with food- and fuel-importing countries, including in the developed world, facing the biggest cost pressuresProject Syndicate (PS): Rather than rely on
By Project Syndicate - Dec 07,2023
Michael R. Bloomberg and Yvonne Aki-Sawyerr DUBAI — Nation-states, presidents, and prime ministers, those are the players who garner the biggest headlines and the most media attention at each year’s United Nations Climate Change Conference.
By Project Syndicate - Dec 07,2023
By María Fernanda Espinosa and Rishikesh Ram Bhandary MADRID/BOSTON — This year’s United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28), currently underway in Dubai, will be decisive for the Loss and Damage Fund established at COP27, because governments must agree on how the
By Project Syndicate - Dec 04,2023
By Mariana Mazzucato, Partha Dasgupta and Nicholas SternLONDON — Nearly 30 years into global negotiations to address climate change, efforts to control the problem are lagging, reflecting stalled progress toward creating a sustainable trajectory more broadly.



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