Unfortunately, the author of this piece made no reference to my Project Syndicate commentary of March 21, 2017 on 'Europe's Dutch Turning Point': https://twitter.com/scweijffinger/status/852488712428630016?refsrc=email&s=11
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thinks the recent COP26 conference may prove to be a watershed moment in greening the financial sector.
reimagines the office for the post-pandemic era, considers how cultural infrastructure has spurred the formation of beneficial “weak ties,” and offers advice to the US as it moves to overhaul its infrastructure.
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