Tuesday, 17 July 2018 02:16 AM
June 26, 2018 01:00 AM
In fighting poverty, we should be skeptical of silver bullets and ensure that every policy, however well intentioned, receives deep scrutiny
May 27, 2018 00:30 AM
One extra child means perhaps 90 years of CO2 emissions, which at worst would remain at around today’s level of about 15 tons per person annually
April 25, 2018 00:39 AM
The most serious environmental problem for humans is indoor air pollution from cooking and heating
March 19, 2018 00:30 AM
The real tragedy in current events is that the world is moving further from a freer, more prosperous future
March 1, 2018 00:29 AM
TB has quickly been forgotten in rich countries, where it is thought of as a relic from the Victorian era.
January 21, 2018 00:19 AM
Relying on climate policies to fight hunger is doomed. Any realistic carbon cuts will be expensive and have virtually no impact on climate
December 25, 2017 00:30 AM
Countries should ease up on their current, inefficient climate policies and instead increase spending on green R&D
November 26, 2017 00:30 AM
A dollar spent on R&D has been shown to deliver some of the highest social benefits of any form of policy intervention.
September 26, 2017 00:15 AM
Women in poor countries have the highest global incidence of poverty of any demographic group
August 22, 2017 00:15 AM
An investment of US $100 per child would reduce chronic undernutrition in developing nations by 36 percent.
July 23, 2017 00:20 AM
Our goal was to identify how each dollar in aid or development money could achieve highest returns
April 24, 2017 00:15 AM
The cost of eradicating poverty appears to be somewhat less than $100 billion actual dollars
April 4, 2017 00:30 AM
The cost-benefit analysis provides a vital, independent injection of data on which sound decisions can be based.
February 20, 2017 00:15 AM
The success of Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation suggests if we can’t fix everything at once, we should start where we can do most good
September 6, 2016 00:15 AM
Bill Gates and Indian PM Modi should be applauded for tackling a mundane but crucial subject of toilets