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Meet the New Population-Control Movement – The Atlantic

Scolding regular people for contributing to climate change is out of fashion. But scolding people for making new people is, apparently, totally fine. Many climate activists say the worst thing an individual can do, from an emissions perspective, is have…

Time Is Running Out to Curb Climate Change, IPCC Report Says – The Wall Street Journal

The future effects of climate change will include more heat waves and periods of drought, scientists say. Photo: Angel Garcia/Bloomberg News A United Nations panel of scientists said there is a “feasible, but narrow pathway” to avoid the worst effects…

Canada’s Budget Officer Admits the Truth About Global Warming’s Impact – Econlib

The Parliamentary Budget Officer (PBO) recently released a report on the effects of greenhouse gas emissions on Canadian GDP growth over the next 80 years. I’ve written previously about the recent economics literature investigating the link (or lack thereof) between…

Twenty-five trailblazing women leading the fight against climate change – Reuters

March 7 – With so many extraordinary women engaged in the battle against climate change, the biggest task in compiling Reuters Impact’s list of trailblazing women for International Women’s Day was whittling down our long list to only 25. We…

Economic growth is fuelling climate change – a new book proposes ‘degrowth communism’ as the solution – The Conversation

I’m often told that degrowth, the planned downscaling of production and consumption to reduce the pressure on Earth’s ecosystems, is a tough sell. But a 36-year-old associate professor at Tokyo University has made a name for himself arguing that “degrowth…

Carbon dioxide emissions reached a record high in 2022 – NBC News

Communities around the world emitted more carbon dioxide in 2022 than in any other year on records dating to 1900, a result of air travel rebounding from the pandemic and more cities turning to coal as a low-cost source of…

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