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What it will take to transform development finance

In a world beset by rising temperatures, extreme weather patterns, and escalating natural disasters, the urgency of decisive action on climate change and the threat of future pandemics has never been ...More

EJ Insight2023-06-26

Financing innovations: Throwing good money after good

Innovation can have a profound effect on our lives. Thanks to technological advances that reduced the price of solar energy by nearly 90% between 2009 and 2019, the green-energy transition is within r ...More

EJ Insight2023-06-23

The debt-for-nature lifeline

French President Emmanuel Macron’s Summit for a New Global Financing Pact, being held in Paris this week, is a historic opportunity to deliver deep financial reforms that support development and bolst ...More

EJ Insight2023-06-22


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今日信報EJ Global2023年06月22日

Africa needs more women in fintech

The fintech revolution is sweeping across Africa, creating wealth and opportunity from Cairo to Cape Town. But, like the broader tech sector, the fintech industry suffers from a fundamental weakness: ...More

EJ Insight2023-06-20

Fostering climate agency where it counts

The gap between the resources needed to achieve net-zero greenhouse-gas emissions by 2050 and the resources that are available currently amounts to trillions of dollars – and is still growing. As many ...More

EJ Insight2023-06-19

Building a biotech alliance of democracies

Like electricity and artificial intelligence, biotechnology is poised to drive a general-purpose leap in human history. Offering the ability to manipulate the very essence of life as we know it, biote ...More

EJ Insight2023-06-16

Our debt to future generations

Conservatives often make a big show of worrying about the debt burden that we are passing on to our children. This moral argument featured prominently in congressional Republicans’ refusal to support ...More

EJ Insight2023-06-15

Standing up to AI surveillance

Fiction writers have long imagined scenarios in which every human action is monitored by some malign centralized authority. But now, despite their warnings, we find ourselves careening toward a dystop ...More

EJ Insight2023-06-14

The geopolitics of nature

From Russia’s war against Ukraine to America’s rivalry with China, tectonic geopolitical shifts have shaken multilateralism in recent years. While many of the consequences – from surging food and ener ...More

EJ Insight2023-06-13

How AI can even the climate playing field

With the world on track to exceed 1.5° Celsius of warming in the next decade, we can expect climate hazards to intensify, driving millions more into famine, causing trillions of dollars in damage, and ...More

EJ Insight2023-06-12

The poverty of AI pessimism

Hardly a week goes by without various pioneers in artificial intelligence issuing dire warnings about the technology that they introduced to the world. I got an early glimpse of this emerging pessimis ...More

EJ Insight2023-06-09

Can America escape its second gilded age?

Some of us are more optimistic than others about the future. We optimists recognize that it is still possible to escape from the traps that America’s Second Gilded Age has laid. During a gilded age, p ...More

EJ Insight2023-06-09

The IMF’s turn to lead on climate

Emerging markets and developing economies (EMDEs) are feeling the financial squeeze. Two-thirds of low-income countries are already in or at high risk of debt distress, Russia’s war in Ukraine is comp ...More

EJ Insight2023-06-08

Globalization’s warring narratives

Globalization brings the world together through the movement of people, things, ideas, money, and much else. But talk of globalization has become increasingly divisive, with competing assessments of t ...More

EJ Insight2023-06-06

If Trump returns

As the 2024 US presidential primary campaign season begins, the most likely final contest is a rematch between President Joe Biden and Donald Trump. Judging by the electoral map in 2020, Biden would b ...More

EJ Insight2023-06-02

Why the Fed is hard to predict

One might think that predicting the US Federal Reserve’s next policy moves would become easier now that it has already hiked interest rates ten consecutive times, for a total of five percentage points ...More

EJ Insight2023-06-02

How to restructure Chinese supply chains

“The old is dying and the new cannot be born,” the Italian Marxist theorist Antonio Gramsci wrote in the early twentieth century. We seem to be living in a similar interregnum today, likewise marked b ...More

EJ Insight2023-06-02

America and China on a collision course

Following the May G7 summit in Hiroshima, US President Joe Biden claimed that he expects a “thaw” in relations with China. Yet despite some recent official bilateral meetings – with US Secretary of th ...More

EJ Insight2023-06-01

How to quench the American West’s thirst

A megadrought – the worst in 1,200 years – has been ravaging the American West for two decades, fueling wildfires and exacerbating the region’s chronic water shortages. As global temperatures continue ...More

EJ Insight2023-05-30

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