What we’re reading – December 2013
British green luminary Jonathan Porritt was impressed when he got round to doing the research properly, so he wrote a book about it.
Oliver Morton reflects by the fireside.
The Millenium Project launched its digital global intelligence system.
Helen Czerski in the Guardian on why oceanographers must go to sea, and doing science on board a ship.
Sci-Dev.Net explains how to collaborate effectively when disciplines and perspectives differ.
Pacific Exchange describes a project which might be a model "research action arena" for Future Earth.
Daniel Yergin sketches three scenarios for energy and economy in 2030, in the New York Times.
Ravi Kumar on a new generation ready to fight against climate change.
Israel, Jordan and the Palestinian Authority sign a new water sharing agreement, writes the Jerusalem Post.
One of Tamsin Edwards’ nine lessons and carols in communicating climate uncertainty.
Yale Environment 360 on how Singapore has emerged as a model of green building.
Tom Wright reviews a study of 19th century reflections on our impact on the global environment.
The Washington Post on Al Gore's apparent conversion to a vegan diet, emulating Bill Clinton.
The New York Times considers Britain's prospects for improved wine production in the 21st century.