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Humans and future climate: getting some clear air amid the noise of battle

We are confronted daily with a barrage of information and opinion about climate change and the human factor. Here are some thoughts on cutting through the noise, and a couple of simple questions for everyone to answer. [13 November 2009 … Continue reading

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Is this the future we had to have?

The Age of Stupid is not some flight of fancy. It’s sobering to realise that the frightening scenarios presented in this 2009 feature film are firmly rooted in real, current scientific research. [21 August 2009 | Peter Boyer] Remarks to the … Continue reading

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Pooling our creative resources opens up possibilities

Tackling climate change is above all a creative challenge, in which the arts community plays a crucial role. Continue reading

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