Anthropogenic climate change has been hypothesized for centuries (discussed in Le Treut 2007) before the careful measurements of scientists in the mid-20th century. From 1833…View More From the Editor’s Desk: The Grand Challenge of Ocean Acidification and Fisheries
A week ago I received an email that sparked this post. An Appeal to the Public to Not Visit Iceland Until Icelandic Whaling Stops Online environmental…View More From The Editor’s Desk: Is Icelandic Whaling Bad?
Dear DSN staff and readers, 2010 has been a great year for us. We hope you have enjoyed the new additions to the place (Miriam,…View More From the Editor’s Desk: Merry Squidmas!
YouCut – a first-of-its-kind project – is designed to defeat the permissive culture of runaway spending in Congress. It allows you to vote, both online…View More From the Editor’s Desk: Public Funding of Science
Apparently there is a study underway that is setting out to empirically determine the ole adage that trawling is bad for the environment, as reported…View More From the Editor’s Desk: Benefits of Bottom Trawling and Other Assorted Fairy Tales
While I had a completely different post already 60% written for this week’s column, I was struck by a few recent posts about various ways…View More From the Editor’s Desk: Quantifying Outreach to the Cult of Science
Obama’s Pledge on the Environment “We cannot afford more of the same timid politics when the future of our planet is at stake. Global warming…View More From the Editor’s Desk: Obama and the Environment
In 2007, there was a peer-reviewed article published by Arthur Robinson, Noah Robinson, and Willie Soon titles “Environmental Effects of Increased Carbon Dioxide.” Just focusing…View More From the Editor’s Desk: Confronting Climate Contrarianism
From the Editor’s Desk is a new weekly series with posts occurring regularly on Monday. Kevin and I will trade the hot seat every other…View More From The Editor’s Desk: Stop Being Such a Journalist