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Pessimism on the Food Front

Harte, John, Paul R. Ehrlich

Introduction Virtually all trends, biophysical and socioeconomic, suggest that levels of hunger, already high, will only increase […]

Incompetence

Harte, John

A recent review of the fine new book on extinction (The Annihilation of Nature) by professor Gerardo […]

Not Yet?

Harte, John, Paul R. Ehrlich

The summer 2014 issue of CALIFORNIA, the magazine of the University of California Alumni Association, was touted […]

If You Think Governments Are Too Large: Shrink Population

Harte, John, Paul R. Ehrlich

Right wingers frequently complain about the growth of government, while remaining enthusiastic proponents of growth elsewhere, especially […]

One Effect of Climate Change Myths: Solution Denial

Harte, John

In my previous blog, I briefly reviewed the many myths that climate science deniers have propagated over […]

The Most Pernicious Climate Myth of All

Harte, John

Four decades ago, climate deniers spread the myth that there were flaws in the scientific studies showing […]