climate change

climate change

Getting rid of the hot air
Donna Laframboise | 14 December 2015
tags: climate change
Will climate change policies make the poor poorer?

Climate Change, Galileo, and Our Modern Inquisition
Edward Dougherty | 23 October 2015
tags: climate change, scientific method
Scientists call for a criminal investigation to arbitrate a scientific dispute.

So hot right now: the Middle Ages in the climate change debate
Louise D'Arcens and Clare Monagle | 05 November 2014
tags: Australian politics, climate change, Middle Ages
The “medieval” insult exposes our politicians’ often ill-defined and contested ideas of progress.

Explainer: do 97% of scientists fear global warming?
Michael Cook | 27 May 2014
tags: Barack Obama, climate change, environment, John Kerry
How did they reach this figure without doing a poll?

Is climate change a threat to democracy?
Michael Cook | 29 April 2014
tags: climate change, democracy, environment
Two recent proposals suggest that the Ivory Tower has lost faith in the wisdom of democracy.

3 reasons not to trust the new climate report
Donna Laframboise | 15 April 2014
tags: climate change, IPCC
The latest report on climate change needs to be taken with a pinch of salt.

Emotional facades
Karl D. Stephan | 21 October 2013
tags: climate change, science
Scientists can get carried away by emotions -- especially when they are defending the consensus on climate change.

Further up the tree?
Donna Laframboise | 30 September 2013
tags: climate change, IPCC, warming hiatus
An international panel of experts is more certain than ever that humanity is causing global warming.

Could geoengineering save the planet?
Michael Cook | 25 May 2012
tags: bioethics, climate change, geoengineering
And who is thinking about the ethics of a technological quick fix?

Which part of “totally transparent” don’t you understand?
Donna Laframboise | 15 November 2011
tags: climate change, IPCC
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.

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