This paper draws on case studies from across the globe to assess the current innovative approaches that cities are undertaking to make their infrastructure systems more resilient in order to better cope with future uncertainties.
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A Seneca shaped production curve would considerably reduce the amount of fossil carbon that can be burned in the future.
NYT's Andrew Revkin on American attitudes about climate change and related policy.
Many students have vowed to ramp up their divestment campaigns at universities across America this spring.
In the midst of a severe drought, California Gov. Jerry Brown has enacted the state’s first mandatory water cuts.
Jason Heppenstall looks for some ways to deal with the psychological aspects of collapse.
The most urgent question today is what must be done now and in the near future to achieve major mitigation of carbon emissions.
A Conversation with Per Espen Stoknes.
Everyone loves a courtroom drama--especially one that pits a feisty, but a determined criminal defense attorney against the awesome power of a prosecutor who has the resources of the state behind him or her. We see such David and Goliath stories every week on television.
In conclusion, the central theme of this book evokes a world where issues are decided on by politicians and the public guided by neutral scientists who deliver the facts. But this fairy tale for the children begs all the difficult questions.