Weekly Roundup November 7th-13th

| November 13, 2015 | Leave a Comment

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Check out some of the recent additions to the MAHB site:

“Is the US climate action plan ambitious, equitable or sufficient?” In this week’s post to the MAHB Blog, Chandra Bhushan and Sunita Narain of CSE India introduce the report Capitan America, which provides a close and careful look at the US INDC action plan. How do you think the US plan measures up?

Author Robert Spence uses personal stories to bear witness to the ecological meaning of everyday events in the book Changing Tack, An Ecological Account of My Life.

Today vasectomy providers all over the world share their expertise while inspiring men to engage in the most important conversation of their lives. World Vasectomy Day focuses on engaging men in conversations about family planning and providing access to services.

Dave Gardner, moderator of the MAHB Media Messaging Node, talks with journalism professor Robert Jensen on the weekly radio series Conversation Earth.

Dancing Star Foundation President Michael Charles Tobias gave the keynote address at the Plenary Session of the 4th International Scientific Congress –“Globalistics – 2015”– in Moscow, Russia on October 26th. Held during the week of the 70th Anniversary of the United Nations Tobias discussed Ecological Challenges in a Global Context. The full text is available in the MAHB Library!

Is the scientific foundation of the climate strategies being proposed flawed? David Wasdell argues that it is in the presentation Climate Dynamics: Facing the Harsh Realities of Now.

What did we miss? Use the comment section to share some of the news you were following this week, the resources you used, the events you attended, or the actions you took.

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