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 Andrew Ross on climate debt denial. Will Earth's ocean boil away? Yes, a billion years from now, as the sun gets brighter — but could we make it happen sooner through climate change? The energy of 400,000 Hiroshima atomic bombs per day is how much energy imbalance the earth is absorbing because of global warming. American business and industry is coming under closer scrutiny from shareholders concerned to see how prepared companies are to respond to the financial pressures of a warming world. Will global warming lead to more war? It’s not that simple.

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