Gary Erickson (Washington): Global Warming: An Econometric Analysis. Justin B. Biddle (Georgia Tech) and Anna Leuschner (KIT): Climate Skepticism and the Manufacture of Doubt: Can Dissent in Science Be Epistemically Detrimental? Richard Smith (IPRD): Capitalism and the Destruction of Life on Earth: Six Theses on Saving the Humans. Pay nations to keep carbon in the ground: If demand equals supply, it makes sense to regulate the quantity extracted from the earth rather than subsequent use. Stan Cox argues that rationing — whether for food, water, energy, or medical care — will be the only logical way to combine sustainability and fairness. From Dissent, Christian Parenti on a radical approach to the climate crisis; Mark Engler and Paul Engler on the climate of change: What does an inside-outside strategy mean?; and
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