Climate and food supply are biggest worries for under 14s
4.3% of the youngsters surveyed said they thought Spiderman would solve the world’s problems.Mass media moving away from Climate change coverage
More than half (53.3%) said the biggest challenge will be making sure there is enough food, while 52.4% said tackling climate challenge will be the biggest. Just under half (49.3%) said that making sure the world does not run out of energy will be the biggest issue. [Did over 150% of the kids participate?]
Lead Nature Conservancy scientist M. Sanjayan, makes the case that all the climate change stories look alike.Redding.com Blogs: Doug Craig's blog
there is a strong and widespread consensus among the world's climate scientists that we are on track for significant warming of 11 degrees Fahrenheit this century if we continue on our current course. This would devastate life on our precious planetTyndall Centre At The Centre Of New Climate Scandal | The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF)
Editor’s Note: The editors of the journal in question are:
Neil Adger, who is a member of the Tyndall Centre and was until recently at UEA.
Katrina Brown, who is a member of the Tyndall Centre and was until recently at UEA.
Declan Conway, who is a member of the Tyndall Centre and is at UEA.