Content tagged “climate change”

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  • Facts and evidence matter in confronting climate crisis

    We recently highlighted the faulty logic of a pseudoscientific argument against addressing climate change: the proposition that because CO2 is necessary for plants, increasing emissions is good for the planet and the life it supports. Those who read, write or talk regularly about climate change and ecology are familiar with other anti-environmental arguments not coated with a scientific sheen. More »

    Science Matters

  • Faulty logic fuels fossil fools

    In this "post-truth" era, with a climate-change-denying U.S. administration, those who want to keep humanity wedded to outdated, polluting technologies have been emboldened. It's up to the rest of us to cut through the misinformation and help humanity get on track to a cleaner, healthier future. More »

    Science Matters

  • Greatness comes from moving forward, not backward

    It's hard to fathom that so many people, especially in positions of power, can't see the many benefits of science and technological progress. It wouldn't be a battle if everyone accepted that clean air, fresh water, healthy agricultural soils and diverse ecosystems are critical to human health and survival. More »

    Science Matters

  • Understanding climate change means reading beyond headlines

    Science is the most useful tool we have to adapt to climate change and avoid its worst outcomes. But it requires critical thinking and a big-picture perspective to ensure we consider all available evidence. With so many people scrolling through social media feeds for news rather than reading entire articles, facts and clarity can become elusive. It's up to us all — media and consumers alike — to dig deeper for the full story. More »

    Science Matters

  • Anthropocentric view ignores crucial connections

    For decades, scientists have warned that we're on a dangerous path. It stems from our delusion that endless growth in population, consumption and the economy is possible and is the very purpose of society. But endless growth is not feasible in a finite biosphere. Growth is not an end but a means. More »

    Science Matters

  • Barack Obama, Climate-Optimist-in-Chief

    The most exhilarating aspect of Barack Obama's recent article in the prestigious journal Science, "The irreversible momentum of clean energy", is the deep optimism it embodies. Published on January 9 — just a week-and-a-half before the end of his presidency — it provides consoling words to a world greatly in need of consolation. More »

    Climate & Clean Energy

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