The New Yorker
– May 9, 2010, 9:00 PM
Esther Duflo, a thirty-seven-year-old professor of development economics—the economics of poor countries and poor people—runs field experiments that measure different ways to save the world. In February, she went to Long Beach…
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The New York Times
– Oct 13, 2:00 AM
Recently, I wandered around the vicinity of 14th Street and encountered a quiet that was almost eerie. I was unnervingly reminded of the days after 9/11, when cars were prohibited from making their way downtown. No one going to Cafe Cluny (on the…
Germany's biggest power generator will resist pressure from some environmental groups and shareholders for a rapid shutdown of its coal-fired plants much before the country's deadline to do so by 2038. RWE AG, which owns six facilities using the…