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Vaclav Smil in the Times Magazine: “This is where we are in terms of global civilization: This transition has to happen on a billion and trillion scales.”

Posts in Category environmental health

Vaclav Smil in the Times Magazine: “This is where we are in terms of global civilization: This transition has to happen on a billion and trillion scales.”

Bill McKibben previsualizes a world without combustion

LRB: 26 Pieces for COP26

“And so on. Or else.”

“Face masks make it harder to hear, but amplification can help”

Sometimes, you get the unexpected.

PMUY beneficiaries get 3 free LPG cylinders in response to COVID-19

The Colonial Roots of India’s Air Pollution Crisis

Energy and Health in the 2019 BJP Manifesto

Predicting Personal PM2.5 Exposures from Kitchen Concentrations and Survey Data in Homes Cooking with Biomass Fuels: A Pilot in Lao, PDR

Measuring Vertical PM2.5 Concentrations in Rural India: The Design, Development, and Evaluation of the Aerial Particle and Temperature Sensor (aPATS)

Laboratory and Field Based Performance of an Integrated Air Quality and Stove Use Monitoring System

Extending the Stove Use Monitoring System?

The Nation: Naomi Klein on Climate Change

China to spend $277 billion to curb air pollution

Another thought-provoking climate post from David Roberts

Memories for the Future: Documenting what was lost during the Tohoku quake & tsunami

On the Cold Front: Photos of Receding Glaciers

The Yellow River

Dave Pell’s NextDraft: Meet Me in the City

Pop Song Carbon Footprints

Guardian Blog: Once the smoke clears: how clean cookstoves can transform lives

Resilience.

You don't get what you expect, you get what you inspect.