Bibliografías recientes

Título Fuente
The Doomsday book. A government report outlines what a warmer world means for America. The president of that government then dismisses its findings The Economist
The great inaction. Why is climate change so hard to tackle? A problem of unprecedented scope and intractability, to which current responses are unequal The Economist
The green House effect. Democrats and a climate-change dilemma. Should Democrats pursue the best policy, or the one that does them least political damage? The Economist
Verdant and vibrant. Green asset classes are proliferating. Green financial assets are a small but significant share of the total The Economist
The 9 companies behind de A.I. acquisition boom Otra
Conquering carbon dioxide. What would it take to decarbonise the global economy? Lots of clean electricity and a revolutionary shift towards the lightest gas, writes Henry Tricks The Economist
Decarbonised capitalism. From hot air to action. Hope for mankind is not yet lost The Economist
Decarbonising industry. How to get the carbon out of industry. Steel and cement plants have long lifespans, so change needs to start now The Economist
Chip shot. An American ban defangs a nascent Chinese chip champion. Fujian Jinhua could have become too vital in America's military supply-chain The Economist
Superpowers and technology. Chip wars: China, America and silicon supremacy. America cannot afford to ignore China's semiconductor ambitions. It cannot simply tame them, either The Economist