Bibliografías recientes

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Buried poison. China’s rockiest environmental problem: its soil. Cleaning filthy soil is much harder than cleaning foul air The Economist
Disjointed markets. The price of cannabis is falling, suggesting a supply glut. Hazy regulations encourage American marijuana firms to list in Canada The Economist
Calculating behaviour. The EPA is rewriting the most important number in climate economics. Reducing the social cost of carbon would allow the EPA to dispense with regulations The Economist
The war the world ignores. How—and why—to end the war in Yemen. A pointless conflict has caused the worst humanitarian crisis in the world The Economist
Seeing is believing. Drones—what are they good for? Today’s drones are mostly flying cameras. They are already being put to a wide range of business uses The Economist
Can drones deliver the goods? Why the wait for delivery drones may be longer than expected. Carrying cargo is a lot more complicated than carrying a camera The Economist
Rules and tools. The future of drones depends on regulation, not just technology. Engineers and regulators will have to work together to ensure safety as drones take to the sky The Economist
Welcome to the wild. Broadcom's $130bn Qualcomm bid highlights a ruthless chip industry. The world’s biggest-ever technology deal would face antitrust scrutiny globally The Economist
The leapfrog model. What technology can do for Africa. Technology in Africa is making huge advances, says Jonathan Rosenthal. But its full benefits will be reaped only once basics like power supplies and communications are widely available The Economist
Not so Froogle. The European Commission levies a huge fine on Google. Its case is not perfect, but it asks the right questions The Economist

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