Jan Kunnas (Stirling): The Theory of Justice in a Warming Climate. From Grist, David Roberts on how conservative hostility to science predates climate science and the futility of “just the facts” climate science; and can climate science be rendered conservative-friendly? Cass Sunstein on how people don’t fear climate change enough: “the world is unlikely to make much progress on climate change until the barrier of human psychology is squarely addressed”. Al Gore explains why he’s optimistic about stopping global warming. Evan McMorris-Santoro on Al Gore’s Incredible Shrinking Climate Change Footprint: The former vice president set out to create the Apple Computer of climate change — from a sweeping, expensive “blitz” to a “niche” effort in digital media. With climate journalism like this, who needs fiction? If Rachel Carson had been a better scientist while at Johns Hopkins, she might never have become the science writer who sparked the environmental movement. The new climate radicals: Ken Ward and Jay O'Hara are reminiscent of the human-centered, Quaker-inspired anti-nuke founders of Greenpeace. Keith Kloor on the future of conservation. Does millionaire Russ George deserve a Nobel Prize or a prison sentence? The man who calls himself "Greenfinger" takes on the controversial practice of geoengineering. Keystone cops: Ryan Lizza on testing the president on climate change (and more).