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Global Governments, Loath to Change, Are Wasting Oil With Subsidies

Global Governments, Loath to Change, Are Wasting Oil With Subsidies

Customers refuel their vehicles at a gas station in Caracas, Venezuela. President Nicolas Maduro, who has declared an economic emergency, told lawmakers this year that it was time to raise the
On the Environment: India’s Air-Conditioning and Climate Change Quandary

On the Environment: India’s Air-Conditioning and Climate Change Quandary

An Indian migrant daily wage worker sleeping next to an air cooler under a mosquito net on a steel box in New Delhi in May. Hot temperatures were making life tough for millions of poor people across
On the Environment: India’s Air-Conditioning and Climate Change Quandary

On the Environment: India’s Air-Conditioning and Climate Change Quandary

An Indian migrant daily wage worker sleeping next to an air cooler under a mosquito net on a steel box in New Delhi in May. Hot temperatures were making life tough for millions of poor people across

Fixes: Up in the Sky, Help to Keep Africans From Starving

Satellite images help insurers predict when drought is likely to kill cattle, so they can aid herders whose own lives depend on their livestock.

Fixes: Up in the Sky, Help to Keep Africans From Starving

Satellite images help insurers predict when drought is likely to kill cattle, so they can aid herders whose own lives depend on their livestock.
Donald Trump Could Put Climate Change on Course for ‘Danger Zone’

Donald Trump Could Put Climate Change on Course for ‘Danger Zone’

President Obama and President Xi Jinping of China at the United Nations conference on climate change in Paris last November.
Donald Trump Could Put Climate Change on Course for ‘Danger Zone’

Donald Trump Could Put Climate Change on Course for ‘Danger Zone’

President Obama and President Xi Jinping of China at the United Nations conference on climate change in Paris last November.
Donald Trump Could Put Climate Change on Course for ‘Danger Zone’

Donald Trump Could Put Climate Change on Course for ‘Danger Zone’

President Obama and President Xi Jinping of China at the United Nations conference on climate change in Paris last November.
A Lesson for India in a Fog So Thick It Could Kill a Cow

A Lesson for India in a Fog So Thick It Could Kill a Cow

A thick fog shrouded Trafalgar Square in London on Dec. 7, 1952. This heavy smog episode — from coal-burning fireplaces and cooking ranges — left as many as 12,000 dead.
A Lesson for India in a Fog So Thick It Could Kill a Cow

A Lesson for India in a Fog So Thick It Could Kill a Cow

A thick fog shrouded Trafalgar Square in London on Dec. 7, 1952. This heavy smog episode — from coal-burning fireplaces and cooking ranges — left as many as 12,000 dead.
A Lesson for India in a Fog So Thick It Could Kill a Cow

A Lesson for India in a Fog So Thick It Could Kill a Cow

A thick fog shrouded Trafalgar Square in London on Dec. 7, 1952. This heavy smog episode — from coal-burning fireplaces and cooking ranges — left as many as 12,000 dead.

Where Cellphones Are Lifelines, Start-Ups Spy Opportunities

About a billion people in the developing world have basic smartphones, and for many of them, it’s their only computer and communication device.

Where Cellphones Are Lifelines, Start-Ups Spy Opportunities

About a billion people in the developing world have basic smartphones, and for many of them, it’s their only computer and communication device.
A Global Investor, Concerned by World Politics
Global Health: Which Big Drug Companies Are Helping the Poor? Here’s the List

Global Health: Which Big Drug Companies Are Helping the Poor? Here’s the List

A scientist works at a GlaxoSmithKline lab in Collegeville, Pa. The pharmaceutical giant retained its place atop the Access to Medicine Index, which measures how companies do at getting drugs and

Mozambique Death Toll Rises to 73 After Fuel Truck Explodes, Government Says

At least 73 people were killed and scores injured in Mozambique on Thursday as they tried to siphon fuel from an overturned truck which exploded, the government said.
Global Health: Summer Project Turns Into Leukemia Testing Breakthrough

Global Health: Summer Project Turns Into Leukemia Testing Breakthrough

Researchers with a sample card with dried blood that can be used to test for chronic myeloid leukemia.
Trump Administration Puts the U.S. at a Crossroad for Global Health Aid

Trump Administration Puts the U.S. at a Crossroad for Global Health Aid

Workers from an Ebola isolation ward in Monrovia, Liberia, which was originally built by the United States Agency for International Development. Experts and government officials say they have no idea
Trump Administration Puts the U.S. at a Crossroad for Global Health Aid

Trump Administration Puts the U.S. at a Crossroad for Global Health Aid

Workers from an Ebola isolation ward in Monrovia, Liberia, which was originally built by the United States Agency for International Development. Experts and government officials say they have no idea
As Climate Change Accelerates, Floating Cities Look Like Less of a Pipe Dream

As Climate Change Accelerates, Floating Cities Look Like Less of a Pipe Dream

A rendering of the artificial floating island project in French Polynesia. The project is being put forward by a California nonprofit, the Seasteading Institute, which has raised about $2.5 million