by Judith Curry
A few things that caught my eye this past week
Ecomodernism Manifesto [link] This is very provocative, well worth reading. Getting lots of discussion in blogosphere and twitosphere.
Excellent essay: An Environmentalist Call to Look Past Sustainable Development [link]
White, wealthy and whiny: An environmental movement in need of a makeover [link]
NRO: The environmentalists’ civil war [link]
Former AMS President Bill Gail op-ed in USA Today: The world after global warming [link] …
“Global efforts to address climate change often deprioritize or overlook human needs.” [link]
Bjorn Lomborg: It’s time to stop subsidizing fossil fuels. Could free up much needed resources for health, nutrition and education: [link]
War and religion: the metaphors hampering climate change debate [link]
“The Theology of Climate Change: Sin as Agency in the Enlightenment’s Anthropocene” [link]
America’s $7 Billion A Year Green Movement [link] If I were doing any of this for money, I am clearly on the wrong side of the debate
Scientific American: How would Hillary be on climate change? [link]
How Does Hillary Clinton Match Up With Other Dems On Climate Change? [link]
New paper “Enviro Advocacy in the #Obama Years: Assessing New Strategies for Political Change” [link]
Expert views: What the forthcoming election means for UK climate & energy policy | @CarbonBrief [link]
In #climate policy, emissions cuts are overrated, says #India’s PM Modi [link] Modi is emerging as one of the most interesting/important people on world stage in climate debate.
‘everyday disasters’ driving flight from Sundarbans #India [link]
US Energy Agency Predicts Little Change In US CO2 Emissions By 2040 [link]
Scrap fossil fuel subsidies now and bring in carbon tax, says World Bank chief [link]
‘Nodes and Connections’: How Solar-Plus-Storage Could Be a Game Changer Everywhere: [link]
WorldBank Global Economic Prospects: Low oil prices create a powerful opportunity to reduce harmful fossil fuel subsidies: [link]
JC note: Because of my heavy travel last week, I probably missed a lot on twitter, so I look forward to hearing about anything interesting that you have spotted. That said, I like having a smaller list of articles, easier for me to vet them. There are some really interesting articles this week, enjoy.