7 Posts Tagged "New York Times"

By Gernot Wagner & Martin L. Weitzman The headline in The New York Times yesterday was succinct. “By 2047, Coldest Years May Be Warmer Than Hottest in Past, Scientists Say.” Not, say, “around 2050” or “within our lifetime.” The specificity makes the crisis feel real, imminen ...
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How serious is global warming? Here’s one indication: the first rogue entrepreneurs have begun testing the waters on geoengineering, as Naomi Klein laments in her must-read New York ...
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My take on today's New York Times "Room for Debate" debate with Annie Leonard, Dara O'Rourke, Juliet Schor, and Zem Joaquin: Don't just vote with your dollars. Vote. If you want to know whether “buying green” is the answer, ask any company that publicizes it ...
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In June 1992, world leaders, including President George Bush, agreed to combat climate change at the Earth Summit meeting in Rio de Janeiro. This week, at “Rio+20,” leaders, experts and activists will once more gather to ponder the fate of the planet. Optimism will be in s ...
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The perfect egg

Posted on May 20th 2012 | 0 comments
This blog isn't about food. Life, though, is. There's nothing quite as satisfying as cooking
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Brilliant ad, bad message

Posted on December 17th 2011 | 0 comments