Brownfield makeovers aren't glamorous for everyone.
There is little doubt that media dominates modern life. But is media's influence so great that it affects where we decide to live?
Game-based learning may portray an unrealistic vision of life in American society.
MIT’s Howard J. Herzog explores the central issues involved in transforming carbon capture and storage (CCS) from a boutique technology to a broadly commercial one.
While Dr. James Gasperino argues that the Affordable Care Act will put pressure on hospitals to increase their standards of care, he believes that cost-effectiveness will be driven by the private sector.
Credit market recovery in the Middle East and North African region will lag global economic recovery. Economic shortfalls are likely throughout the region and policymakers must take actions to dampen adverse effects.
Opinions vary within the policy community about whether developing nations are disappointingly off-track to meet the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) by the 2015 deadline set by the United Nations.
Biofuels are either essential to our energy independence and efforts to combat climate change or a boondoggle that threatens global food security. The World Bank’s Govinda R. Timilsina and Ashish Shrestha analyze this disconnect in “How Much Hope Should We Have for Biofuels?”, which weighs findings from dozens of studies and sources and represents a far-reaching summary of the technology’s potential and tradeoffs.