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Category Archives: Commentary
The climate discourse needs ‘a new way,’ a policy expert advises, with an effort to ‘meet people where they are’ and focus more on solving the climate challenge rather than just winning the argument.
A new paper argues that climate educators and communicators are ignoring deeply held beliefs that influence climate skepticism.
For decades, population hogged the spotlight, even when the glare was harsh. But all eyes are on climate change these days, though it appears that population concerns are rising anew, along with the atmosphere’s concentration of greenhouse gases.
An Australian academic blasts shortcomings of democracy in addressing climate change challenges. And, in a provocative essay, also points to democracy as the answer to those problems.
As more Americans and politicians ignore, or dismiss, global warming, a debate heats up over why.
As we ponder the root causes of our economic and ecological distress, we should also be thinking about what to do if things get much worse.
A personal, tangible connection to the environment is crucial if we want to do more than intellectualize about climate change.