Tagged with climate change

“Climate change is not the only reason to ditch fossil fuels”

“Climate change is not the only reason to ditch fossil fuels”

Three academics –  Noel Healy, Associate Professor of Geography at Salem State University; Jennie C. Stephens, Professor of Sustainability Science & Policy, Director, School of Public Policy & Urban Affairs, Global Resilience Institute at Northeastern University; and Stephanie Malin, Associate Professor of Sociology, at Colorado State University – discuss in an article on The Conversation … Continue reading

We learn something every day about climate change

We learn something every day about climate change

Donald Brown, Scholar in Residence and Professor at Widener University Commonwealth Law School is one of the most thoughtful researchers on climate change that EiD has met. Let us know your reaction.   Six Things That Citizens Around the World Urgently Need to Know About Climate Change In Light of Several Recent Scientific Reports This … Continue reading

Triaging climate change

Triaging climate change

It is unfortunate that we are getting to this situation, but the following article states that we are going to have to make important choices because we cannot save everything from the impacts from climate change.  Benjamin Preston, Senior Policy Researcher; Program Director, Infrastructure Resilience and Environmental Policy, at Pardee RAND Graduate School and Johanna … Continue reading

There is mounting evidence of the impact of climate change on human habitat and health

There is mounting evidence of the impact of climate change on human habitat and health

EiD tries to select well-written articles that informs its readers on the low-carbon energy transition and that also means articles on the impact of aspects of climate change. Lenore Manderson, Visiting Distinguished Professor of Environmental Studies and Brown University and Distinguished Professor, Public Health and Medical Anthropology at the University of the Witwatersrand writes on … Continue reading