A new issue of Conservation is out. Erika J. Techera (UWA): Climate Change, Legal Governance and the Pacific Islands: An Overview. Jonathan Collins (UCLA): Me Against the World: A Quantitative Analysis of the Relationship Between Race and Climate Change. Robert V. Percival (Maryland): Human Rights and the Evolution of Global Environmental Law. David Roberts interviews Al Gore on carbon taxes, natural gas, and the “morally wrong” Keystone pipeline. Good gas, bad gas: Burn natural gas and it warms your house — but let it leak, from fracked wells or the melting Arctic, and it warms the whole planet. Thinking the unthinkable: What if America’s leaders actually want catastrophic climate change? Dave Lindorff wonders. From Monthly Review, John Bellamy Foster and Brett Clark on the planetary emergency. Some lessons from
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