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The World Economic Forum’s Global Risks Report looks at the biggest risks and challenges facing humanity.
The global economy treats the stability of Earth as a luxury good. This is a fundamental flaw that threatens humanity. It must change.
Climate change presents a major threat to life on Earth, but not if these innovations have anything to do with it.
Despite a number of recent setbacks, we have a historic opportunity to take the lead on climate change in 2017 – and beyond.
If our planet was listed on the stock market, it would be headed for a crash. But there are positive signs that we are making the transition towards sustainable living.
The world needs captains who spot the iceberg and drastically change course.
These remarkable pictures help tell some of 2016's biggest stories.
Michael Drexler evaluates the impact that Rick Perry will have on existing climate change agreements.
The Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures will ask companies how they're managing the risk to their business from climate change.