How environmental regulation could undercut Elon Musk’s $100 million innovation prize

Elon Musk is funding a $100 million innovation prize — apparently the largest in history — to fight climate change. The goal of the four-year competition, according to XPrize, is to encourage “innovators and teams ....

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Atoms for progress: Thinking about energy and innovation in the 2020s

Assuming steady vaccination progress, there’s good reason to expect the American economy to surge this year and next. Consumer eagerness and opportunity to spend combined with a tsunami of stimulus should prove a powerful combo. ....

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5 questions for Nate Morris on entrepreneurship, innovation, and environmentalism

What is it like to start a business in America today? How can innovations in the waste management industry benefit the environment? Does environmentalism need to be a divisive political issue? I recently explored these ....

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Economic growth and technological progress: There is no alternative

I hesitate to write about the “degrowth” or “steady state economy” movement since it is likely to cause a terminal case of eye-roll in many readers. But it seems to be a burgeoning idea in ....

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Why global trends are a cause for optimism: My long-read Q&A with Ronald Bailey

Why are Americans so pessimistic about the future, in spite of all the good news occurring on a global scale? From a massive decline in extreme poverty to a reduction in worldwide violence, there are ....

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