Daily Archives: June 17, 2016

Calgary mayor sees clean tech hub ‘when we grow up’

“There is a very common bumper sticker that pops up in Calgary during every downturn: ‘Please God grant me another oil boom, I promise not to – ahem – urinate it away this time,” Naheed Nenshi joked in an interview … Continue reading

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The truth about debt that can’t be repaid–it won’t

Now that monetary theories have morphed into a Frankensteinian beast that is stalking its creators and the world economy, there is a growing chorus of voices calling for governments to step in with fiscal and structural reforms to fix the mess. … Continue reading

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Blocking out the sun to help slow climate change?

Researchers are studying solar geoengineering, the controversial proposal to spray aerosols into the upper atmosphere to block some of the sun’s rays and lower global temperatures. On this episode of Unsolvable, Bloomberg visits a Harvard lab that has built a … Continue reading

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Breaking old models needed to release stronger growth

Countries having their own free floating currencies has always been a critical part of restoring competitiveness, and re-balancing capital flows and economies in the world. But bankers and multi-national corporations that focus on incessantly increasing their scale, prefer more integration, … Continue reading

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