Tag Archives: Climate Change

Juliette Kayyem on climate security

America’s Security, Under the Weather By Juliette Kayyem Boston Globe “President Obama’s trip to the Middle East last week served as a nagging reminder of the world’s most intractable problems: the Palestinian conflict, Iran, North Korea. These are geographically distant … Continue reading

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Interview with David Keith on Climate Change

Daring Ideas About Climate Change Interview with David Keith HKS (from Belfer Center Winter 2012-13 Newsletter) Here, Keith answers questions about his research and ideas for reducing climate change using innovative and sometimes controversial methods. Read more >

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Niall Ferguson on global turning points

Turning Points By Niall Ferguson New York Times “We yearn for turning points. Just as economists have predicted nine out of the last five recessions, so journalists have surely reported nine out of the last five revolutions. Every election is hailed as … Continue reading

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Elaine Kamarck on President Obama

Five Things Obama Must Do By Elaine Kamarck CNN “Now that the campaign is over and Barack Obama has won a second term, the hard business of governing begins again. There’s a presidential inbox waiting and it’s not too hard … Continue reading

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Juliette Kayyem on Hurricane Sandy

After Sandy, Environmentalists, Military Find Common Cause By Juliette Kayyem The Boston Globe “It doesn’t make sense to cast all public policy challenges as ‘wars on (fill in the blank).’ The combative language can seem way too harsh when applied to, … Continue reading

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David Keith on targeting solar geoengineering

Targeting solar geoengineering to minimize risk and inequality Co-authored by David Keith Nature Climate Change “By tailoring geoengineering efforts by region and by need, a new model promises to maximize the effectiveness of solar radiation management while mitigating its potential … Continue reading

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Andrew Parker

A Rogue Climate Experiment Outrages Scientists Quotes Andrew Parker New York Times “‘Geoengineering is extremely controversial,’ said Andrew Parker, a fellow at the Belfer Center at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard. ‘There is a need to protect the … Continue reading

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