Monthly Archives: November 2014

The Unnecessary Decline of Main Street

The American Conservative has focused much attention on “localism” and “new urbanism” over the last few years. This has been one of my favorite developments in this magazine. I refer here to two new articles from the magazine. The average American … Continue reading

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Global Warming: GW-Inspired Art

Check out this global warming-inspired art by Jo Freehand.

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Global Warming: My Read of the IPCC Report: What Level of Damage Can We Live With?

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change issued a report on Sunday stating that we must phase out the use of non-renewable energy sources by the end of the end of the century or face “severe, pervasive and irreversible damage.” At … Continue reading

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Decline of Hudson Bay Polar Bears

Here are the two key sentences from Lindsay Abrams’s article on the decline of polar bears in Hudson Bay: We’ve lost one-third of the bears. [T]he overall population of Hudson Bay polar bears has declined by  32 percent since the … Continue reading

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Global Warming: How to Refute Claim that Scientists Get Paid to Believe in Global Warming

Weather Channel co-founder John Coleman reiterated his claims while on CNN that scientists who claim that there is global warming do so only because that is the only way to get government funding to support their research (their research on … Continue reading

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Global Warming: Refutation of John Coleman’s Claims

I am starting a new “column” at Integral on global warming. I’m doing this mostly for myself. I will collect articles and thoughts about global warming, policy, and the “debate” about whether or not it’s happening. Several news companies have recently … Continue reading

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