From an Eurozine focal point on the politics of global warming, Dipesh Chakrabarty (Chicago): The Climate of History: Four Theses; Jurgen Trittin (Die Grunen): Ecological Materialism: How Nature Becomes Political; Ingolfur Bluhdorn (Bath): Locked into the Politics of Unsustainability; Virginie Maris (Montreal): Ecofeminism: Towards a Dialogue Between Feminism and Ecology; Steffen Bauer and Dirk Messner (GDI): Climate Change: Threatening Security, Undermining Development; and Rick Piltz (CSW): Why is There No US Climate Policy? From Yale Environment 360, an interview with Rajendra Pachauri, chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Elizabeth Kolbert reviews SuperFreakonomics by Steven Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner and Al Gore's Our Choice: A Plan to Solve the Climate Crisis (and more and more on Gore). From Cassandra to Pollyanna: An interview with Worldwatch founder Lester Brown. An interview with Tim Flannery, author of Now or Never (and more). From Canadian Dimension, a special issue on End Times in Copenhagen. Here's the Good Guide to COP15, the most important meeting in history. Who killed Copenhagen? An FP whodunnit. The power of reputation should be harnessed to stop selfish people from wrecking the planet. Nuclear Option: Can there be an atomic bargain with the GOP? Philip Ball reviews The Real Global Warming Disaster by Christopher Booker. Why the sudden surge in climate change denial, could it be about something else altogether? Being green is no religion: A court ruling that environmentalism is akin to religious belief is bad news for science, and for efforts to tackle climate change.