August 28, 2017
Why would some of the people most vulnerable to climate change vote for a politician skeptical of climate change’s existence? Why would people in Cameron Parish support policies that could ruin them?
August 18, 2017
THE WASHINGTON POST
But perhaps no symbol of Rio's decline is more troubling and emotional for Rio residents than the recent closure of UERJ, the State University of Rio de Janeiro, a beacon of educational mobility for Brazil.
August 1, 2017
The “crown jewel” of New Orleans’s cycling network isn’t just a way to get around town. It also promises a vibrant space to live, shop, and grab a drink.
July 13, 2017
THE NEW YORK TIMES
In Brazil, Political Rivals Face a Common Threat: A...
July 12, 2017
Ex-President of Brazil Sentenced to Nearly 10 Years...
June 5, 2017
“We should never be planning our cities around three-week events, or planning our cities around visitors.”
May 29, 2017
We spoke to several Brazilian political analysts, and they set out four scenarios that would all lead to the same place: Temer’s exit.
May 26, 2017
But at what cost?
May 19, 2017
Brazil’s supreme court said prosecutors are investigating him for obstruction of justice and corruption, and a government witness claimed his company paid $1.5 million to Temer in bribes.
May 18, 2017
Last night, a stunning revelation interrupted the evening soap operas in Brazil: the President had been caught on tape discussing a bribe.