Tag Archives: science

climate denialism as hysteria?

(Posted simultaneously at Immanence.) Dipping once again into the public debate around climate change science — today it’s in the responses to MIT climatologist Kerry Emanuel’s op-ed in the Boston Globe, to which no less than 15 comments were added … Continue reading

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Paul Ehrlich to AESS: It’s the Culture

The prominent US environmental scientist implies the need to address culture and consciousness in environmental affairs. Continue reading

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The MAHB and Environmental Communication

The Millennium Assessment of Human Behavior project sounds ambitious and overdue, but needs to clarify its intentions. Continue reading

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Pew’s Climate Change FAQ vs. wonderingmind42

One person’s creative YouTube videos seem better at climate crisis communication than the venerable charitable trust. Continue reading

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America’s Scientific Illiteracy

A new book argues that Americans are woefully ignorant about science. Continue reading

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