7 Posts Tagged "Science"

This open letter, co-authored by Jeremy Proville and first published on EDF Voices, was written ...
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(This post first appeared on Climate 411.) A nine-minute video, released earlier this fall, argues that climate mitigat ...
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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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(This post was co-authored by Thomas Sterner and appeared first on EDF Voices.) Last week, the Obama administration 
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(This post was first published on EDF Voices.) The Office of Management and Budget is nerd heaven: a bunch of people getting their professional kicks from analyzing federal ...
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Trying to put the rebound effect for energy efficiency in its rightful place is like playing a game of wack-a-mole. Predictably every couple of years, someone new discovers the counter-intuitive appeal of showing how more efficient energy policies may lead to more energy use. Wham! Told yo ...
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Harvard's Martin Weitzman and I on why it isn't over 'til the fat tail zings: Call them “black swans,” “unknown unknowns,” “fat tails,” or “10-foot women.” Whatever you call them, they’re bizar ...
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