Understanding how religion informs our attitudes and views on the environment and climate change is a complicated proposition. However, in light of this week’s COP21 talks in Paris, it as an interesting and necessary topic of conversation.
Image above: Wildfire in the Florida Panther NWR (U.S. Fish & Wildlife Creative Commons license). Editor’s Note: In just 10 days world leaders will be converging on Paris, France to discuss the future of the
By Lindsey Thurman, for the PLOS Ecology Community With the recent publication of the 2014 IPCC report on Climate Change, the 2014 US National Climate Assessment, and the upcoming Paris 2015 UN Climate Conference, it’s
By Jeff Atklins Maga Gei, a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Minnesota, and her advisor, Jennifer Powers, have been working on tropical dry forest ecology in the Guanacaste Conservation Area in Costa Rica since
[Originally published as a PLOS BLOGS Network Guest post on August 15, 2014] By John H. Matthews When scientists publish an analysis of the impacts of climate change on species, ecosystems and people, the language used can