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The surprising achievements of Elon Musk

A US entrepreneur is revealing one of the many positive sides of curbing emissions [16 June 2015 | Peter Boyer] The splash of light that Dark Mofo brings to Hobart tells us a lot about ourselves. As much as we … Continue reading

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Geoengineering: Rich men playing God?

Proposals to manipulate Earth’s climate to reduce greenhouse warming are getting traction as our mitigation efforts fail to make headway. They promise quick results, but their potential deployment opens an enormous can of worms. [25 May 2010 | Peter Boyer] “Global … Continue reading

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