Monthly Archives: September 2010

BP involvement in developing California schools environmental curriculum: A proper role?

This week, the story broke that BP took part in developing environmental education curriculum for more than 6 million students in California. This raises the question of the role of corporate involvement in education and the potential for improper influence … Continue reading

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Bill McKibben and the Solar Road Trip Come to DC

This is a reprint of a message from a 350.org organizer urging DC folks to check out the Solar Road Trip’s stop here this evening. We hope to see you there.

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Forthcoming book by Michael Mastrandrea and Stephen Schneider:  “Preparing for Climate Change”

In a new book on climate change preparedness, forthcoming from MIT Press this fall, Steve Schneider and his Stanford colleague Michael Mastrandrea argue that we need to start adapting to climate change, now. They write that these efforts should focus … Continue reading

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CSW interview on IPCC and recommendations for ‘fundamental reform’

On August 30, Climate Science Watch director Rick Piltz was interviewed on Al Jazeera English TV as part of their coverage of the important new report by the InterAcademy Council on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. The report calls … Continue reading

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