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The climate change has a price tag and it could be expensive for the world, the increasing greenhouse gas emissions will exert a growing economic impact on countries leading to price rises, slow-paced technological changes, and slow growth in per-capita incomes. In this exclusive series, we highlight the various climatic and growth scenarios, analysis of economic and environmental costs, damaging eco-systems, changes in socio-economic structures and living situations.

Climate Change Series

Developing countries can prosper without increasing emissions

Sep 22, 2017 03:35 am UTC| Insights & Views Economy

One of the ironies of fighting climate change is that developed countries which have benefited from decades or centuries of industrialisation are now asking developing countries to abandon highly polluting...

Climate Change Series

Costly signals needed to deliver inconvenient truth

Aug 16, 2017 12:30 pm UTC| Insights & Views Life

A little over half the worlds population sees climate change as a serious problem (54% according to a 40-nation Pew Research survey). Coincidentally, roughly the same number identify as Christian or Muslim (55%). On the...

Climate Change Series

Climate Change Killing Hundreds Of Thousands In Europe

Aug 08, 2017 15:48 pm UTC| Technology

The vast majority of scientists all over the world have already settled on the existence of climate change and the huge role that humanity has played in speeding it up. Now, new data is coming in that indicates how many...

Climate Change Series

Inaction on climate change risks leaving future generations $530 trillion in debt

Jul 19, 2017 11:19 am UTC| Insights & Views Economy

By continuing to delay significant reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, we risk handing young people alive today a bill of up to US$535 trillion. This would be the cost of the negative emissions technologies required to...

Climate Change Series

Rising sea temperatures will hit fisheries and communities in poor countries the hardest

Jul 12, 2017 19:21 pm UTC| Insights & Views Nature

Despite having some of the worlds smallest carbon footprints, small island developing states and the worlds least-developed countries will be among the places most vulnerable to climate changes impacts on marine life, new...

Climate Change Series

Carbon Dioxide Emissions: U.S. vs. China and India in climate debate part 3

Jun 29, 2017 12:33 pm UTC| Commentary

On 1st June of 2017, U.S. President Donald Trump announced United States withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord (PCA) portraying the deal to be an unfair one American people and American workers. There has been a furor...

Climate Change Series

Volcanoes under the ice: melting Antarctic ice could fight climate change

Jun 16, 2017 05:05 am UTC| Nature

Iron is not commonly famous for its role as a micronutrient for tiny organisms dwelling in the cold waters of polar oceans. But iron feeds plankton, which in turn hold carbon dioxide in their bodies. When they die, the...

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Economy

BoJ likely to maintain 'QQE with yield curve control' policy unchanged at upcoming monetary policy meeting, says Danske Bank

The Bank of Japan (BoJ) is expected to maintain its QQE with yield curve control policy unchanged at the next monetary policy meeting ending on Tuesday, January 23. Governor Kuroda is further, likely to downplay the...

New Zealand bonds plunge at close tracking U.S. Treasuries; eyes on Q4 consumer inflation data

New Zealand government bonds plunged at the time of closing Friday, tracking a fall in U.S. Treasuries as well, on news of a plausible re-shuffling in the United States Federal Reserve. At the time of closing, the yield...

JGBs flat in muted trading session ahead of BoJ’s policy meeting early next week

Japanese government bonds remained flat in muted trading session Friday as investors are curiously eyeing the Bank of Japans (BoJ) monetary policy decision, scheduled to be held early next week for further detailed insight...

Australia 10-year bond yield reaches near 4-month high tracking U.S. counterpart on possibility of Fed re-shuffle, global sell-off

Australian 10-year government bond yields hit a near 4-month high on the last trading day of the week, tracking similar sound in the U.S. counterpart, following a possibility of a re-shuffling in the United States Federal...

U.S. Treasuries suffer ahead of initial jobless claims, 10-year TIPS auction

The U.S. Treasuries continued to be beaten Thursday as investors look forward to the countrys weekly initial jobless claims, scheduled to be released today by 13:30GMT, followed by the Philly Fed Manufacturing index, due...

Politics

GOP tax plan doubles down on policies that are crushing the middle class

The U.S. middle class has always had a special mystique. It is the heart of the American dream. A decent income and home, doing better than ones parents, and retiring in comfort are all hallmarks of a middle-class...

What does Ramaphosa's victory mean for South Africa's economy?

A great deal is expected from Cyril Ramaphosa who was elected as the president of South Africas governing party, the African National Congress (ANC). This positions him to become the countrys president in 2019. Sibonelo...

Cyril Ramaphosa prepares to confront South Africa's bleak future

Among all the remarkable turns in African politics this year, one of the most momentous was Decembers ANC party congress in South Africa, where the party chose a new president: Cyril Ramaphosa, who narrowly bested...

Is the British monarchy actually adapting to changing social norms?

Is the royal marriage story were being sold really a fairy tale come true? Or is it a story spun by Buckingham Palace for its own self-interest, one shrouded in myth and make-believe? In the coverage of next summers...

Politics won out over international law in recent UN elections

For the first time in the courts history, the UK will not have a judge sitting at the International Court of Justice (ICJ). Christopher Greenwood, who was seeking a second nine-year term, pulled out of the race on November...

Science

Urban Farming Could Be Humanity’s Best Hope To Solve Deforestation And World Hunger

World hunger and global deforestation are two of the biggest problems assaulting humanity right now. Sure, theres also climate change, but it can almost be considered an umbrella under which all of the global threats from...

Automation Takes Over Stem Cell Manufacturing Too, FDA Approves

When discussing stem cell research, most people would likely bring up scientists harvesting stem cells from living tissue. While this is certainly true, there is now a new method that would allow researchers to manufacture...

Popular Pain Medication Ibuprofen Could Lead To Male Infertility, Study Says

Ibuprofen is one the most well-known pain medications in the West, taken by millions of people every day. Its a particular favorite of many athletes who suffer from muscle soreness and joint pains. According to a recent...

Scientists 3D-Print Living Tissue That Form Shapes, Pointless Or Gateway To Westworld?

Synthetic tissue has been a huge source of excitement in the scientific community for years, especially after 3D-printing technology really took off. Recently, scientists reveal that they were able to create shapes with...

Climate Change Impact Will Include More Asylum Seekers In Cooler Countries, Study Says

The impact that climate change can have is nearly universal. It pervades every aspect of human and animal life, making the planet uninhabitable by the day. One of the most alarming results of the increasingly hostile...

Technology

Apple Employees Get $2,500 Bonuses In Celebration Of Major Tax Cut

Apple might be a little late to the celebration game, but it will reportedly be giving employees $2,500 in bonuses to celebrate the recently passed tax cut bill. These bonuses will supposedly come in restricted stock units...

iPhone Users Beware, New iMessage ‘Text Bug’ Is Freezing Devices

A new bug that targets the iMessage feature on iPhones called chaiOS is currently floating around. Users who receive a message containing this bug are warned not to open it because it will cause their devices to crash....

Apple To Pay $38 Billion In Tax For Plans To Bring Home Its Billions From Overseas

Apple recently announced that it would be bringing home the bulk of its overseas funds, which happens to be the largest of any U.S. company. This would involve paying $38 billion in taxes, but it seems the company doesnt...

Apple Is Hiring For Work-From-Home Jobs Positions

Job hunters might want to perk up and pay attention. Apple is currently looking for new employees for both full-time and part-time positions that would allow them to work from home. Officially called At Home Advisors, the...

China Adds To Apple iPhone Slowdown Woes, Wants Answers

Yet another consumer group from a major smartphone market is looking for answers from Apple with regards to the issue of slowing down older iPhones. The Shanghai Consumer Council sent the Cupertino firm a letter, asking...
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