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Interview with the Father of Cli Fi: How this New Genre Was Born is Revealed

American climate activist Dan Bloom 
visiting a local university in Taiwan  to
do some research on climate change issues

My blog post about Climate Fiction, a “hot new genre” ( 3,476 more words

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IPCC WG III on CO2 "equivalents" ... and confusion

So, while Stephan <even when I’m wrong, I’m right> Lewandowsky continues to defend his indefensible Recursive Fury against Frontiers’ retraction – aided and abetted by his dutiful little gophers (aka Dana Nuccitelli and John Cook) – thereby planting himself (and his over-inflated ego) firmly in the ranks of those whose signature anthem should be “ 1,248 more words


Environment: Rising activist deaths are a symptom of our global environmental crisis

Laisa do Espirito Santo visits the graves of her sister Maria do Espírito Santo da Silva and brother-in-law José Cláudio Ribeiro da Silva, rainforest activists who were murdered in Nova Ipixuna, Para, northern Brazil, on June 2011. 540 more words


Carbon Tax

The IPCC panel has made is clear. We have reached a turning point were our every action will determine the future of the planet in its entirety. 414 more words


Global Warming Is For Real II. How Do We Move Forward?

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has just issued a new report, reported in yesterday’s New York Times, “Climate Efforts Falling Short, U.N. Panel Says… 299 more words

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3 Reasons Not to Trust the New Climate Report

The IPCC acts as investigator, prosecutor, judge, and jury. It has a long history of recruiting activist personnel, and is led by a man prone to exaggeration. 134 more words


Of course I care about the environment, but don't the world's poorest have more urgent needs?

Today’s guest post is by Ben Niblett. Ben is Tearfund’s Head of Campaigns and tweets @BenNiblett.


When I started working for Tearfund back in 2005, I was surprised to find climate change was so important to them. 1,783 more words

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