Apocalypse Not: doomsday thinkers of Oz should get out more
Instead of moaning about impending disasters, environmentalists need to innovate.
Could geoengineering save the planet?
And who is thinking about the ethics of a technological quick fix?
Which part of “totally transparent” don’t you understand?
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is cited as the world authority on climate change. But, amazingly, many of the authors of its definitive report are mere graduate students.
And yet, it moves
A Catholic prelate finds himself in the party of Galileo and against the consensus of true believers on climate change.
Who is the sensible environmentalist?
Two founders of Greenpeace, now on opposite sides of the fence, conduct a fascinating debate over climate change.
Climate change: a real problem, but what will work?
There is cause for alarm over global warming, but emissions deals are not the solution.
Copenhagen: a deal of sorts
The push for a global, legally binding deal could not overcome national self-interest
Selfless saviours of a new faith
The church of climate change is on a mission to convert the infidels. But does it believe in free will?
Climategate, who is really tilting at windmills?
Responsible citizen and responsible politicians should ask questions about climategate and whether the science was manipulated.
The angels and demons of climate change
At the very least, the leaked emails in “Climategate” show that science is a very political affair.
Children are the cause of climate change says the United Nations
The United Nations is using false logic to claim that fewer people in the developing world will help fight climate change.
When I say green, you say money!
The push for an international treaty at Copenhagen has little to do with climate change and much to do with money.
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