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Global food production is not keeping up with population growth. Will there be a second Green Revolution to close the productivity gap?
Some 49 million people in the U.S. lack access to healthy food. The problem of course is not scarcity, but poverty, and food banks are increasingly working to supply healthier[…]
Barack Obama’s Clean Power Plan faces challengers, even as it could potentially bring undeniable gains, Wharton experts say.
While a Greek exit from the eurozone has been staved off -- at least for now -- several questions remain. Two experts weigh in on what the latest deal means[…]
Climate change and pollution are in focus with a papal call, a court ruling and a government report. Experts at Wharton and a Jesuit priest weigh the possible outcomes.
Cybersecurity is a multi-dimensional problem and yet public and private efforts to deal with attacks remain largely uncoordinated. In this opinion piece, David Lawrence, Jay Clayton, Frances Townsend and their[…]
News that five of the world’s biggest banks will plead guilty to rigging global currency markets has raised concerns about whether fines are effective deterrents to fraudulent behavior.
The principles of corporate governance are just as applicable in the ASEAN region as they are in the U.S. Yet there are subtle differences in implementation.
Most experts agree the transition to a clean energy economy will be difficult. But countries like Germany -- and companies like Apple -- lead the way.
The public sector increasingly looks to private investment to help fund the transition to a low-carbon economy, notes this Knowledge@Wharton special report.