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Old Articles: <Older 871-880 Newer> Puerto Rico: No More Monkeys Residents of Puerto Rico are stunned that its government has tentatively approved a plan to import and breed thousands of primates for sale to U.S. researchers. mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
Fast Company
December 2009
Ryan Blitstein
Which Poverty-Fighting Policies Work? J-PAL Has the Answer A global league of economists called J-PAL is deploying its experimental methods and one all-powerful asset -- data -- to explain human behavior, change how we help the poor, and try to save the world. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
Fast Company
December 2009
J-Pal's Most Provocative Inquiries J-PAL members hope their findings will inspire smarter anti-poverty policy. Here, a look at some of their most provocative inquiries. mark for My Articles 17 similar articles
Fast Company
December 2009
Anne C. Lee
Freeze: The Antarctic Treaty Turns 50 On the first of December 1959, 12 nations signed a pact freezing territorial claims and banning military activity in Antarctica. Here's a tour. mark for My Articles 76 similar articles
November 12, 2009
Roberts & Engardio
China's End Run Around the U.S. As more free-trade deals exclude America, Beijing could dominate a new Asian trade bloc. mark for My Articles 553 similar articles
November 4, 2009
Stanley Reed
Why Oil Majors Are Coming Back to Iraq Global oil companies are finding it harder to resist the huge volume of crude in Iraq, but their change of heart could increase tensions in OPEC. mark for My Articles 538 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 21, 2009
Ned Stafford
Trillions for CCS to fight climate change Without carbon capture and storage, the International Energy Agency says that costs associated with cutting greenhouse gas emissions to 2005 levels by 2050 are likely to be 70 per cent higher. mark for My Articles 80 similar articles Putting The "State" In Empire State Critics of China's communist government, including several supporters of Tibet, are protesting plans to light the top of New York's Empire State Building to China's 60th anniversary. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
September 20, 2009
Gisele Bundchen is UNEP's new goodwill ambassador A lot of celebrities are hopping on the environmental bandwagon, and Bundchen is the latest. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
Nicholas Thompson
Inside the Apocalyptic Soviet Doomsday Machine The technical name was Perimeter, but some called it Mertvaya Ruka, or Dead Hand. It was built 25 years ago and remained a closely guarded secret. mark for My Articles 180 similar articles
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