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The absence of a clear, generally agreed framework for reporting the climate impact of corporate activity has been a major impediment to greening the business sector. But two initiatives that emerged at the recent COP26 climate-change conference could give bankers the tools to help their clients fund and manage the green transition.
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.
During the twentieth-century “age of ideological extremes,” political centrism had an obvious role to play in preserving democracy. But once democracy itself is in jeopardy, as it is in countries like the United States today, centrism becomes meaningless – or even dangerous.
explains the conditions under which principled centrism does and does not make sense.