Tsunami and Environment

Apart from the catastrophic consequences the tsunami has had in Japan, harming millions and killing thousands of people, there are also secondary impacts on the environment. I am sure you can follow the most tragic consequences on the news; for now I’d like to focus on some environmental consequences. For one is the effect the […]

Climate Change and Ideology

Here is another example of how climate change becomes the narrative for other debates of our times. Roger Pielke Jr. recounts how his proposal for government action in energy issues ends up in a head on collision with a libertarian view of government and economics. Climate change doesn’t even seem like the issue at stake, […]

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