New analysis shows that the science underpinning the global treaty aiming to stop average temperatures rising more than 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels urgently needs more research,...
What do you get when you cross a puzzle-maker with a lawyer?
Apparently, in Kentucky at least, you get a legislative hearing by climate change “experts.”
Last week a committee meeting of the Kentucky Agricultural and Natural Resources Committee held a hearing on the science of climate change.
Problem was, there were no scientists.
But if we take them together–the story of pain and grief in a low-lying region on the one hand; the careful words of scientists on the other–it seems impossible not to attempt a still grander synthesis.