What we’re reading – November 2013
Soumya Dutta, of the Beyond Copenhagen Collective talks to scidev.net.
Kevin Watkins of the Overseas Development Institute on why fossil fuel subsidies have to stop.
ReNeweconomy on the new IEA World Energy Outlook's messages for Warsaw.
Claire Poole gets into the nitty gritty with a storify of the sustainable innovation forum.
Says Andrew Steer of the World Resources Institute.
UNEP introduces its latest emissions gap report…
…and UNESCO/ISSC introduce the latest World Social Science Report, focussing on climate change.
“A new interdisciplinary science for sustainability…needs to recognize sustainability as political, requiring inclusive debate and multiple voices”
Julia Day of the STEPS centre at Sussex University discusses a chapter of the WSSR report co-authored by STEPS Centre director and Future Earth Science Committee member Melissa Leach.
Andrew Gage of West Coast Environmental Law critiques a new “rogues gallery” of carbon emitters.
Roy Scranton explains why preparing to die while serving in Iraq is a good preparation for living in the anthropocene.
Herman Daly on the specifics of moving on from "uneconomic growth".
Alan B Seilen considers the state of the sea in Foreign Affairs.
“The question was asked if this was an expression of natural variation or if human emissions might also have been of importance”
Latest in a series of biographical explorations of pioneers of climate science by Simple Climate profiles Bert Bolin.
Robert Samuelson's commentary on a paper from Robert Pindyck of MIT arguing that economic analysis based on climate modelling is largely worthless.