Articles in science & nature tagged with environment-and-climate

Dayton Martindale

Rereleased this year in a single volume, Kim Stanley Robinson’s trilogy Three Californias imagines three possible futures for the world writ large through the lens of Orange County, California.

Sunaura Taylor

Nineteenth-century reformers understood the deep connections between public health and environmental protection. That's why struggles for Medicare for All and a Green New Deal are two sides of the same coin.

David Michaels

By using a variety of ploys to manufacture doubt, a whole industry of science-for-hire experts helps corporations put profits over public health and safety.

Troy Vettese

On the lure of climate entrepreneurism.

Gianpaolo Baiocchi

What Brazilian conservatives gain by letting the Amazon burn.

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Geoff Mann

The Anthropocene challenges liberalism’s vision of permanent progress. So why has it become another technocratic tool of liberal bureaucracy?

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When it comes to global warming, the public has consistently manifested one strikingly widespread misperception.

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Bonnie Honig

In the face of climate apocalypse, the rich have been devising escape plans. What happens when they opt out of democratic preparation for emergencies?

Troy Vettese

Beneath the jargon, a new UN report serves up a revolutionary response to climate change.

Jessie Kindig

“Megafires” are now a staple of life in the Pacific Northwest, but how we talk about them illustrates the tension at the heart of the western myth itself.