Tuesday, October 01, 2013


Why I’m never flying again - Quartz
But I also fly a lot—about 75,000 miles last year. A lot of that is travel to Africa and the Caribbean, where I work on projects to reduce the impact of climate change. This year, I also started flying on behalf of the startup I work for, Weathermob. I have gold status on Delta, and my wife and I were planning trips to Hawaii and Europe, all for free with frequent flyer miles.

What the Scopes Trial Teaches Us About Climate-Change Denial - Andrew Cohen - The Atlantic
We all should shudder to think where we all will be if, a century from now, the battle over global warming remains equally unresolved.
Negotiating the IPCC SPM | Climate Etc.
JC comment: not sure what to say here, other than that this is very high-level motivated sausage making indeed.

1 comment:

Beale said...

The Scopes trial did not pit left against right, but left against left.