The scientific narrative about the climate and biosphere is mostly useless

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If we fail to change course, it will take millions of years for Earth to recover an equivalent spectrum of biodiversity. Future generations of people will live in a biologically impoverished world. — A Global Deal for Nature. Dinerstein et al. 2019.

Like war thinking and money thinking, the problem with carbon reductionism is that it…

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Environmental scientist and educator; forest and climate change ecologist.

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Stephen Mulkey

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Environmental scientist and educator; forest and climate change ecologist.

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