Climate change will reshape the world’s agricultural trade

Luciana Porfirio, David Newth, John Finnigan (*) – The Conversation (**) Ending world hunger is a central aspiration of modern society. To address this challenge – along with expanding agricultural land and intensifying crop yields – we rely on global … Continue reading

Can social media networks reduce political polarization on climate change?

University of Pennsylvania – EurekAlert! * A study from the Annenberg School for Communication shows that exposure to anonymous, bipartisan social networks can lead liberals and conservatives to improve their forecasting of global-climate trends Social media networks, which often foster … Continue reading

A national inquiry on climate change, a dialogue process open to the carbon majors

Ecojesuit* Divestment and re-investment is one of the key strategies in approaching the sustained use of fossil fuels.  Meanwhile, significant green energy sources are emerging and decisions being made at the domestic level.  The law too is exploring ways to … Continue reading

Conflict Theory and Biosphere Annihilation

Robert J. Burrowes* In a recent article titled ‘Challenges for Resolving Complex Conflicts’, I pointed out that existing conflict theory pays little attention to the extinction-causing conflict being ongoingly generated by human over-consumption in the finite planetary biosphere (and, among … Continue reading

Flat Earthers vs climate change sceptics: why conspiracy theorists keep contradicting each other

Gareth Dorrian and Ian Whittaker  –  The Conversation UK Disclosure statement The authors do not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organisation that would benefit from this article, and have disclosed no relevant … Continue reading