Climate change is already here, it’s just unevenly distributed

The title is from a tweet by Kate Mackenzie, although I’m unsure if she was referencing someone else. It highlights a central problem in tackling climate change. By now most educated people around the world are at least aware of anthropogenic climate change. Even if they refuse to accept it. So the problem is not […]

The slow creep of climate alarmism

For the last several years, Whitham said, he and his colleagues had used a series of experimental gardens to study how plants are being affected by warming temperatures—in near real-time—and how their populations might evolve due to climate change… …In these gardens, located in various ecosystems and elevations around the Southwest—from deserts to alpine forests—Whitham […]

Our climate future lies in the past

The shambolic state of climate change discourse in Australia (and elsewhere) has left us largely focusing on electricity suppliers and technological solutionism. But as American economist John Cochrane points out, the answer probably lies less in contraptions and arbitrary interventions than old ways of living: …a carbon tax is the only way to change behavior. […]


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