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Understanding sea level demands caution, patience

Not all our news can be rendered in short sound grabs and black headlines, which makes for problems in understanding implications of the science behind rising sea levels. [10 July 2012 | Peter Boyer] Patience is a virtue, my mother … Continue reading

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The long vision of a Tasmanian science teacher

Years ago, the idea¬†that human activity can influence our climate¬†was considered a bad joke. People who in those times made an effort to understand and communicate the scientific evidence deserve our profound thanks. One of these pioneering souls is Murray … Continue reading

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