Accidental Deliberations: Sunday Morning Links

This and that for your Sunday reading. – Rohan Best, Fatemeh Nazifi and Han Cheng study the effects of carbon pricing, and find that charges attached to carbon pollution also help to reduce numerous other dangerous pollutants. But Rebecca Hercher reports on new NOAA data showing that we’re still experiencing record

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Accidental Deliberations: Tuesday Morning Links

This and that for your Tuesday reading. – JoĆ«lle Gergis asks what it will take for political leaders to acknowledge and act on the science demonstrating that we’re on the precipice of climate disaster. And Fiona Harvey discusses Laurence Tibuania’s eminently reasonable take that the people who built wealth through an unsustainable

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Accidental Deliberations: Sunday Morning Links

Miscellaneous material for your Sunday reading. – Seth Borenstein, Mary Katherine Wildeman and Anita Snow find that the U.S. suffered a record number of heat-related deaths in 2023, while Aryan Dwivedi reports on unprecedented death tolls in India this year. And Julius Choudhury offers some tips on surviving extreme heat

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Accidental Deliberations: Wednesday Afternoon Links

Miscellaneous material for your mid-week reading. – Kate Raworth discusses the need to orient ourselves toward measures of progress based on well-being rather than growth – both due to its being intrinsically more important, and more sustainable under conditions of dwindling environmental resources. And Sonali Kolhatkar laments the U.S.’ choice –

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Accidental Deliberations: Monday Morning Links

Assorted content to start your week. – Leslie Sattler discusses new research showing that carbon concentrations are continuing to increase by record amounts. David King writes about the immediate and large-scale changes needed to avert an imminent climate catastrophe. And Mohammed Muizzi writes about the existential threat facing the Maldives and

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