Author: John Rennie

Passion and 3D printers reinvent STEM learning

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Jeffrey Sachs: On climate, more ‘now’ and ‘how’ is needed

Category: Climate, Economics, Energy, Environment, Politics, Technology | 4 Comments

Q&A with James Hansen

Category: Climate, Energy, Environment, Technology | 9 Comments

Dangerous Climate Change, Reconsidered

Category: Climate, Economics, Energy, Environment, Politics, Technology | 10 Comments

Standing with DNLee, but not turning on Scientific American

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Sequencing the Snipe’s Genome, and Other Lab Hazing Rituals

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The cultural challenge to climate science writing

Category: Climate, Environment, Journalism, Media, Politics, Psychology, Science Writing | 8 Comments

A correction on Lomborg and Schneider’s quotation

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The inevitable politics of climate science (part 2)

Category: Climate, Economics, Energy, Environment, Health, Politics, Science Writing | 3 Comments

The inevitable politics of climate science (part 1)

Category: Climate, Economics, Energy, Environment, Politics, Science Writing | 9 Comments