Green recovery must end the reign of GDP, argue Cambridge and UN economists

Our fixation with Gross Domestic Product for over half a century as the primary indicator of economic health has rendered nature “invisible” from national finances, intensifying the biosphere’s destruction by…

On Externalities, Integrated Assessment Models, and UK climate policies

Guest post by Neil Lock This is a follow-up to my recent essay, “On Cambridge University, post-modernism, climate change, Oppenheimer’s Razor, and the Re-Enlightenment.” As I said there about the…

Climate impacts of super-giant oilfields go up with age, Stanford scientists say

From Eurekalert Public Release: 17-Jul-2017 Stanford’s School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences Even oilfields aren’t immune to the ravages of time: A new study finds that as some of…