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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 ...
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 ...