Tag Archives: Climate change
Urbanization of the Oceans – Blue Growth?
Dr Meriwether Wilson Over 100 years ago, a fierce philosophical debate circled the salons, cafes, balls and bars of intellectuals and pioneers alike – often known as the ‘American wilderness’ debate. The legendary icons of this debate included: John Muir … Continue reading
The Four Tortoisemen of the Apocalypse
In this blog post Dr. Richard Milne makes the case that the greatest threats to human civilisation – contrary to media hype, take place slowly over very long periods of time. These threats are are driven by our own society’s … Continue reading
Climate Skepticism or Denial? The Battle to Inform Public Opinion
Perspectives on Science Communication and Climate Change by Dr. Richard Milne In this blog, Dr. Richard Milne argues that one of the key battle grounds in climate science will be fought with the world’s media. He makes the case that … Continue reading
Fracking – A Path to Energy Security or Climate Vulnerability?
A Perspective on Fracking by Prof. Dave Reay I like gas. Each morning it is the source of instant heat for making my coffee. Each winter’s evening it is the roar in the boiler that spreads warmth through the house. … Continue reading