Tag Archives: Michael Shellenberger

How we save nature

Maybe I should stop discussing Ecomodernism, but I do find it interesting and I do think that there are aspects of it that are worth taking seriously. It’s really a pity that it’s being promoted and presented in a way … Continue reading

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Some more thoughts on Ecomodernism

Since I’ve mentioned Ecomodernism before, I thought I would highlight a post I’ve just encountered called Dark thoughts on Ecomodernism (lengthier version here). There’s also a follow up post in which the author responds to his critics. The posts are … Continue reading

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Years of Living Dangerously

I watched the first episode of the Years of Living Dangerously documentary. I thought it was very good. Quite powerful. It covered the drought in the US South-West which – as I understand from the Pielke Jr-Holdren debacle – has … Continue reading

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