Communicating Climate Change and the Scientific Delusional Disorder

Nature Conservancy - Science

This philosophy was pounded into our heads, in statistics classes, in the peer-review publications process, and over beers as we joked about the shoddy arguments of shabby scientists. In making these points, it seems that Naomi is asking scientists to be more like normal people.

Karl Marx and the Metabolic Rift Theory

Green Blog

The general idea is that disruptions, or interruptions, in natural cycles and processes creates an metabolic rift between nature and social systems which leads to a buildup of waste and in the end to the degradation of our environment.

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World scientists’ report will sound new climate alarm

Green Blog

The Nobel Prize-winning Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is in the process of finalizing its next report, due to be released in four volumes between Fall 2013 and Spring 2014. This article was first published in People’s World by Marc Brodine.

Climate Wars by Gwynne Dyer

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Based mainly on the projections made by army analysts of the world from the prognoses in the IPCC 2007 report. While the world heats and the people of the West become increasingly divided over geo-engineering suddenly China and Indonesia acts without anyone’s agreement.

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Combating Climate Change with Landscape Architecture

The Green Changemakers

A recent report from the United Nations Inter-governmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) states that “warming of the climate system is unequivocal.” The IPCC reports that the average global temperature is increasing at an alarming rate.

Energy [R]evolution: A Sustainable U.S.A. Energy Outlook

The Green Changemakers

The United Nations Intergovenmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) estimates that up to 30% of plant and animal species could face extinction by mid-century if global warming is left unchecked. But these examples show how eminently possible it would be to repower America with clean energy, in the process creating millions of jobs and stimulating our crippled economy. The newly released Greenpeace report, Energy [R]evolution: A Sustainable U.S.A.

How to do your bit for the planet

The Green Changemakers

What can you do to help this process? But I don't want to discourage people from making personal changes, so I think people should pick some aspect of the crisis they're interested in-environment, poverty, trade, labour, whatever and join an organisation that tries to do something about it. Lots of people feel they don't have time, but they can send a cheque and keep themselves informed. Stay connected with like-minded people and organisations.