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The awful truth about our mastery over nature

A new book by Clive Hamilton puts it in a nutshell: we’re screwed but we don’t know it. There is just one bottom line in the climate free-for-all – the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere – and this … Continue reading

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How do we get climate science into living rooms?

Getting ordinary people to accept scientific advice on something as complex and hard to see as climate change will not be an easy task. Most of all, it will require politicians to be aware of the science and committed to acting on it. Continue reading

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