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Meat (and its absence) is a hallmark of cultures all across the world. Hindus don’t eat beef, Muslims don’t eat pork, and a number of Dharmic religions make vegetarianism a centerpiece of their faith. However, meat is not only a religious and cul...

Political Meat and Fake Meat

Meat (and its absence) is a hallmark of cultures all across the world. Hindus don’t eat beef, Muslims don’t eat pork, and a number of Dharmic religions make vegetarianism a centerpiece of their faith. However, meat is not only a religious and cul...

2008 is infamously known as the year the Great Recession began. The Great Recession was a period of global economic downturn from Q3-2008 to Q1-2009. The housing bubble burst, financial sectors collapsed, valuable assets were scarce, and countless Am...

Green Energy: Insurance for a Future Recession?

2008 is infamously known as the year the Great Recession began. The Great Recession was a period of global economic downturn from Q3-2008 to Q1-2009. The housing bubble burst, financial sectors collapsed, valuable assets were scarce, and countless Am...

Last month, an unusually optimistic development regarding climate change garnered international attention at the UN Environmental Assembly conference. A new study on solar geoengineering, published by America’s preeminent climate scientists, demon...

Geoengineering Climate Change

Last month, an unusually optimistic development regarding climate change garnered international attention at the UN Environmental Assembly conference. A new study on solar geoengineering, published by America’s preeminent climate scientists, demon...