Magnify the power of vox populi by 8 billion and what do you get?
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The camel's nose is in the tent
As the nations of the world meet in Sharm el-Sheikh to tackle the climate conundrum, the root causes are, for the most part, off the table.
Confabulation is a symptom of various memory disorders in which made-up stories fill in gaps
Asking England and the US to pay for the environmental damage of the Industrial Revolution is like Latin America asking Spain for reparations for 1492.
The top five historical emitters—the US, China, Russia, Brazil, and India—together have caused $6 trillion in damage since 1990. So who pays?
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The Climate Summit sails towards dangerous shoals at Sharm El Sheikh
The factory of the world has suddenly found itself without customers.
And are our conceptions of rights doomed by their own success?
Peril and politics in the US following the rightward shift in Sweden
Forests are the largest terrestrial carbon sink for the planet, both from the production of tree biomass and soil carbon storage
There is no economic metric that can completely describe the current scale of change
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