Mann's new study finds human activity is a major factor driving wildfires

Study weighs human influence in wildfire forecast through 2050 From GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY WASHINGTON (April 28, 2016)–A new study examining wildfires in California found that human activity explains as much about their frequency and location as climate influences. The researchers systematically looked at human behaviors and climate change together, which is unique and rarely attempted…

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Danish Government Thinktank Proposes "Red Meat" Eco-Tax

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The Local, a Danish Newspaper, reports that the Danish Council on Ethics, a government funded think tank, has recommended that red meat be taxed to try to combat global warming. Could Danes face a ‘red meat tax’ to help climate? Saying that “climate change is an ethical problem”, the Danish…