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Chasing ice, for now

Jayni Foley Hein, former director, Center for Law, Energy & the Environment | November 29, 2012

Last night I watched glaciers more than 30,000 years old break open and crash into the ocean — disappearing in mere seconds.  In photographer James Balog’s new documentary, Chasing Ice, he and a small team embark upon a multi-year “Extreme Ice Survey” to document 18 glaciers in remote regions of the world, including Iceland, Greenland and Alaska. … Continue reading »

The credibility of climate science

Dan Farber, professor of law | October 25, 2011

Climate denialists contend that climate science is either the result of a conspiracy of some kind  or of groupthink plus institutional incentives to support alarmist predictions.  The conspiracy theory makes even less sense than most conspiracy theories, because there would have to be hundreds, perhaps thousands of people involved, scattered across the world at  numerous … Continue reading »