The Evolution of Environmental Debates Past and Present
In recent decades, controversial science, once opposed by industry, has been accpeted on a host of environmental issues. Today, no one disputes evidence that smog, aerosols, and overdrafted groundwater are threats. What lessons do these past debates provide about how scientific arguments about climate change can evolve?
Felicity Barringer | Former Environment Reporter, The New York Times | Editor, "...& The West," Stanford Blog on Environment of U.S. West