The campaign promise could only become law if the Labour Party wins the general election in December.
Recycling is linear, but the economy shouldn't be.
There is greater social distance between Americans than ever before.
Unsurprisingly, the results showed that the more materialistic a person was, the less likely they were to engage in reduced consumption.
The green market is growing exponentially. But will the U.S. seize the economic opportunity?
It's telling about attempts to save the industry.
The billionaires are both looking to the stars, but each has a different dream for space colonization.
Philosopher Nick Bostrom's "singleton hypothesis" predicts the future of human societies.
According to recent papers by Zucman, and his colleague Emmanuel Saez, one should be implemented.
The private sector may need the Outer Space Treaty to be updated before it can make any claims to celestial bodies or their resources.
But the U.S. remains an "innovation powerhouse," according to the annual report from the World Economic Forum.
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From literature to physics, the annual Nobel Prizes aim to highlight the most groundbreaking achievements in every field.
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If economic growth knowingly increases mass-scale suffering, can we stop chasing it?
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A new report argues that we stand to gain a lot economically by investing in 5 key areas.
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The question is, how can we make employment fair for everyone?
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"We need to get our priorities straight," Warren said.
In 2018, The New York Times published a comprehensive expose on the burgeoning crypto movement that detailed the luxurious lives of the newly crypto rich. The article, aptly titled, “Everyone […]
Bill Maher called for fat shaming last week. His argument makes sense.
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We often discuss what the minimum wage does to the economy, but rarely do we discuss what it does to people.
A group representing more than 100 of the biggest corporations in the U.S. has released a statement updating its definition of the purpose of American corporations.
The writing is on the wall for the oil industry, according to a new report from BNP Paribas.