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What the Military Can Teach Us About Climate Communication

A new Pentagon report mentioned in a recent Green Biz article calls climate change a “threat multiplier.” The report also identifies a host of global climate impacts, from resource competition to social tension and political instability. In addition, the military is reportedly preparing adaptation plans and actively making investments in energy efficiency, renewable energy, and […]

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Revoking “Praise” of Dirty Energy

Below Matthew Yglesias offers a succinct counter-argument to Karl Smith’s recent “praise of dirty energy” article that claimed the nation should not be concerned about the effects of climate change.  Yglesias article was orginally posted on Slate.  Climate Tail Risk by Matthew Yglesias  I see that Karl Smith’s insouciance about climate change has driven my […]

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