Climate Change

The ‘How’ In the Climate Debate

Editor’s note: We are delighted to welcome Andrew Hoffman, the Holcim (US) Professor of Sustainable Enterprise at the University of […]

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The 21st Century Crisis?

Is it possible to reduce consumption and achieve ecological sustainability while still meeting humanity’s basic needs? Research in The Journal […]

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Responding to Climate Change

A federal report released Friday warns that climate change will impact the everyday lives of Americans in coming decades, with […]

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How To Act on Climate Change

Climate change is a hot-button issue, often turned into a political football. For this and other reasons, it can be […]

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Weekly Overview of Social Science News

Major problems with the recent Gay-parenting study come to light, “predictive policing” aims to prevent crime, and social science insights helping to make sense of climate change. These and more in this Weekly Overview of Social Science News!

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Climate Change: Is It Too Late?

Editor’s note: Dr. Thomas Sterner, Professor of Environmental Economics at the University of Gothenburg and Visiting Chief Economist at the […]

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Weekly Overview of Social Science News

Microsoft opens up new research center targeting social scientists for hire, what social science can do for India, the social science of archaeology and much more on this Weekly Overview of Social Science News.

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Weekly Overview of Social Science News

The struggle to teach social science in Asia, the role of social science in preparing for climate change, and much more in this week’s Social Science News.

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Adding People to the Climate Change Equation

People’s behavior has been noticeably absent in science on sustainability, but a conference before June’s U.N. summit offers some hint human processes may join natural ones in developing solutions.

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