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Eco-ethics and the Biosphere
(Science and Society, 2012)
Sustainable use of the planet is an attractive goal, especially concerning intergenerational ethics. However, a major ecological tipping point has been passed (e.g, melting glaciers) and, in the last three years, evidence ...
Deliberately Choosing Uncertainty by Rejecting Science
(The Social Contract, 2012)
In the United States today, scientific evidence and discovery are being overshadowed by the anti-science rhetoric of current legislation sponsored by big business. Scientific evidence can reduce risks and uncertainty, but ...