A little different topic, but Will Boisvert’s Harmonic Distortion is a notable work from early in 2014: http://thebreakthrough.org/index.php/journal/issue-4/harmonic-destruction
Here is a list of what I am calling my top 5 climate essays of 2014. No doubt there are others that deserve mentioning, but these are the ones that come to mind this morning. These essays are chosen because the stand out to me in some way, which I describe below. All are focused in some way or another on the climate policy debate as it occurs in the public sphere. Were I to pick essays or papers on various aspects of climate science I’d have a different list. In the comments, I welcome suggestions for other essays of 2014 worth reading and remembering.
5. Dan Sarewitz, It’s the End of the World as We Prefer it and I Feel … Stupid.
In his characteristic style, ASU’s Dan Sarewitz explains that the debate on climate change has become intolerant and narrow. Climate change is important, but so too…
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