John Esposito (Chukyo): Sustainable Development: Straddling the Divide Between Two Worldviews. Alan Boyle (Edinburgh): Human Rights and the Environment: Where Next? Lenny Moss reviews Return to Nature? An Ecological Counterhistory by Fred Dallmayr. What’s wrong with putting a price on nature? Richard Conniff wants to know. Emily Badger on mapping the potential for solar power on every roof. With efforts to halt climate change on life support, scientists are looking at some radical options to save our planet — but could the cure be worse than the disease? Remember when environmental protection was a bipartisan effort? Erik M. Conway and Naomi Oreskes on why conservatives turned against science. Hawks vs. scolds: David Roberts on how “reverse tribalism” affects climate communication. It is quite likely that climate change is one of the secondary factors affecting history, but a prime mover? Peter Turchin wonders. Roger Harrabin reviews The Carbon Crunch: How We’re Getting Climate Change Wrong — and How to Fix It by Dieter Helm. Stop climate change: Move to the city, start walking.