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Oil: Revenge Of The Negabarrels

Written by Rocky Mountain Institute

Never before, say shell-shocked oil traders, has the world price of crude oil fallen so far. Well, not since the early 1980s, anyway. Or was it 2008? Or 2014? Look at the 50-year history: World oil consumption vs. real crude-oil … Read More

The COVID-19 recovery requires a resilient circular economy

Written by GreenBiz

The COVID-19 recovery requires a resilient circular economy Jocelyn Bleriot Fri, 05/29/2020 – 01:00 The COVID-19 crisis has disastrous human and economic consequences, revealing our system’s exposure to a variety of risks. The call for a more resilient, circular and … Read More

Protected: Weave the days to come

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What we must do to dismantle white supremacy

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As we continue to see police and citizen violence on Black people, most recently with the deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and George Floyd, we must ask ourselves, what must we do to dismantle the carceral system and white … Read More

Green Banks 101

Written by Rocky Mountain Institute

Countries around the world have committed to undertake ambitious climate action as part of the Paris Agreement. However, development of climate solutions cannot be solely dependent on limited concessional funds from multilateral institutions. Instead, they must be country driven and … Read More