To begin to solve the health care crisis, we need a system based on health and the money to pay for it. House Resolution 676 is the model for that system.
As momentum builds for a new deal on climate change, investors are becoming increasingly nervous about having their cash in fossil fuels.
The head of the global Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development says wealthy countries should help poorer nations that cannot afford to replace coal with low-carbon alternatives.
A new report finds that the gap between rich and poor in the developed world is at its highest level in 30 years in most countries -- and that the U.S. and Israel are leading the trend.
The world risks being destabilised by human activity, scientists report, most of it the work of a wealthy minority of us.
The fossil fuel industry and its subsidies are targeted as world finance fires warning shots suggesting that sustainable energy and tackling climate change must be key priorities.
The head of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development is set to address an event co-organized by the London School of Economics, where he is expected to harshly criticize the global disregard of the impending disaster of climate change.
I was drawn into my pile of OECD documents and charts by a column last week by Eduardo Porter of The New York Times under the headline: "Inequality in America: The Data Is Sobering."
Following Ireland’s recent slide into recession territory, the OECD, a Paris-based economic think tank, reports that the U.K.’s economic doldrums have returned.
A new report predicts urban air pollution will become the No. 1 cause of premature death in the coming decades, beating out poor sanitation and dirty drinking water to take more than 3.5 million lives per year.