Tuesday, September 16, 2014
  1. The High Cost of Cheap Meat

    Christine Chemnitz
  2. Saving the House

    Javier Solana

    Saving the House


     proposes a climate-change strategy that depends on scaling up promising local initiatives.

    Gas Emissions United Nations Photo

    Top-down governance approaches have been useful in addressing climate change, showing the willingness of some of the historical greenhouse-gas emitters to accept remedial responsibility. But the most recent climate-change summits have revealed the limits of this approach. READ MORE

  3. More Crop for the Drop

    Henry I. Miller
  4. Green Energy and Clean Politics

    Dale Jamieson

    Green Energy and Clean Politics


     decries the hypocrisy that often impedes climate advocates in pursuing their goals.

    Power Station D1v1d/Flickr

    Given that fossil fuels are the lifeblood of the global economy, those who wish to lead the battle against global warming risk attracting the charge of hypocrisy. They must therefore be transparent about what they are willing to offer and how it affects their own interests. READ MORE

  5. Antarctica’s Point of No Return

    Anders Levermann

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