SOMETHING’S HAPPENING

In late 2011, I was walking through rainforest in the hills above Chiang Dao in northern Thailand with about a hundred twelve-year-old children and a handful of teachers. The forest was quiet, apart from the whooping and chattering of kids happy to be away with their friends for a few days. The guide had told […]

The LOGIC of CLIMATE CHANGE

When confronted by new information which clashes with their previous assumptions, people do their best to resolve the contradiction. By ‘do their best’, I do not mean to patronise. In criticising the thinking of those who accept the theory of catastrophic anthropogenic climate change (CACC), I am criticising myself, or at least a more naive […]