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The Renewable Paradox: The Neglected Suffering from Climate Change

The Renewable Paradox: The Neglected Suffering from Climate Change

Anna ZhouApr 2, 20236 min read

In 2021, the world emitted 36.3 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide, a six percent increase compared with 2020. The abundance of CO2 in the atmosphere leads to serious problems: tropical storms, wildfires, rising sea levels, and droughts— all a part…

Universal Basic Income: A Defense

Universal Basic Income: A Defense

Harrison GuApr 2, 202312 min read

To combat rising poverty, social welfare and fair wealth distribution are at the heart of contemporary political debates. In the 1960s, economist Milton Friedman proposed a seemingly flawless solution to the social welfare conundrum; he coined an economic mechanism known…

Biden’s Federal Minimum Wage Policy: An Opposition

Biden’s Federal Minimum Wage Policy: An Opposition

Shaun ChenFeb 26, 20239 min read

Amidst economic woes trigged by the pandemic, the US minimum wage policy remains a perennial dilemma of vast socioeconomic implications. Given that inflation exists, an increase in wages is needed to compensate for the decrease in the purchasing power parity…

Universal Basic Income: An Opposition

Universal Basic Income: An Opposition

Harrison GuFeb 25, 20239 min read

Social welfare and equal wealth distribution are a perennial dilemma in contemporary political discourse. In the 1960s, seeking to improve existing social welfare systems, economist Milton Friedman proposed an economic mechanism known today as the universal basic income. In essence,…

Climate Change: Economics as a Plausible Solution

Climate Change: Economics as a Plausible Solution

Andy WangFeb 25, 20233 min read

An Analysis by Andy Wang (’23) Climate change has become one of the greatest challenges in the world, one that threatens all of humanity. As a species that has existed and evolved for six million years, according to Charles Darwin,…

The Renewable Paradox: The Neglected Suffering from Climate Change

The Renewable Paradox: The Neglected Suffering from Climate Change

In 2021, the world emitted 36.3 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide, a six percent increase…

ByAnna ZhouApr 2, 2023
Universal Basic Income: An Opposition

Universal Basic Income: An Opposition

Social welfare and equal wealth distribution are a perennial dilemma in contemporary political discourse. In…

ByHarrison GuFeb 25, 2023
Biden’s Federal Minimum Wage Policy: An Opposition

Biden’s Federal Minimum Wage Policy: An Opposition

Amidst economic woes trigged by the pandemic, the US minimum wage policy remains a perennial…

ByShaun ChenFeb 26, 2023
Universal Basic Income: A Defense

Universal Basic Income: A Defense

To combat rising poverty, social welfare and fair wealth distribution are at the heart of…

ByHarrison GuApr 2, 2023
Climate Change: Economics as a Plausible Solution

Climate Change: Economics as a Plausible Solution

An Analysis by Andy Wang (’23) Climate change has become one of the greatest challenges…

ByAndy WangFeb 25, 2023
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