The Green New Deal as proposed makes the right diagnosis, but the wrong prescription for government action on renewable energy.
Like many countries, India’s largest cities are congested. But congestion pricing won’t work here because mobility is affected by other factors besides vehicle traffic.
Davos is essentially a symbol of crony capitalism camouflaging as a pro-globalization voice. This year is already witnessing a profound global political instability. Britain’s confusion over the Brexit deal continues, and so do the weekend protests by the gilets jaunes, or the yellow vests, in France. Donald Trump’s administration is reeling from the longest government shutdown in America’s history, while the Chinese economy is slowing down.
The US is ready for something new. Progressives now have an opportunity to remake America and its place in the world.
The G-20 summit offers India a strategic opportunity to emerge as one of the stabilizing poles in a world with growing geopolitical uncertainty.
The real solution to reducing California’s wildfires lies in building a world-class economy that moves off carbon-based fuels to sustainable energy.
The IRGC is exploiting the recent floods in Iran to tighten its grip while suppressing any dissent that might emerge out of the current situation.
A New World Order is beginning to tyrannize America, and Donald Trump is encouraging the globalists responsible to do even more of the same.
Critics dismiss the Green New Deal as a dream. But that’s precisely what it is: visionary.It’s become a common trope of the Trump era for columnists and commentators to attack the lunacy of the far right at the same time as castigating the “loony left.” These pundits, who usually place themselves in a comfortable “moderate” position, adopt a tone of consummate reasonableness. The president is certainly an idiot, they say, but it would be a mistake to respond with comparable insanity from the other side of the political spectrum.
In many ongoing armed conflicts, water has been used as a weapon of war, but it can also be a strong instrument of peace.