Tag Archives: Myron Ebell

Marrakech and the moving feast of climate politics

Could a Donald Trump presidency kill off effective global climate action? Politics is a game played around reality, which is to say it’s not about reality at all, but about what we’d like it to be. The UN climate meeting at … Continue reading

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The storm that stopped a nation

We shouldn’t need Sandy to remind us that time is running out to reduce global carbon emissions. [6 November 2012 | Peter Boyer] It takes a lot to stop a US presidential election campaign dead in its tracks. Last week’s … Continue reading

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