Monthly Archives: March 2015

GMOs and the Environment

Many people are worried about the impact GMOs could have on the environment. That’s a reasonable concern. Are GMOs increasing the profits of farmers and biotech companies at the expense of the environment? As I have learned more about biotechnology and … Continue reading

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Is There a Consensus about Climate Change?

Myriad blogs and news sites can help reinforce one’s view, be it that human induced climate change is happening or not.
So how can we, non-climate scientists, know if human induced climate change is happening? Continue reading

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Energy Solutions in a Changing Climate

When scientists, expert organisations on technology like IEA, and panels on science, like IPCC, are all saying the same things, we should listen. Continue reading

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