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This is the sixth part of a series on what Australian author Paul Gilding,in his 2011 book on the climate catastrophe, has called “The Great Disruption” (Read Part 1, 2,…

This is the fifth part of a series on what Australian author Paul Gilding, in his 2011 book on the climate catastrophe, has called “The Great Disruption” (Read Part 1,…

This is the fourth part of a series on what Australian author Paul Gilding, in his 2011 book on the climate catastrophe, has called “The Great Disruption.” (Read Part 1,…

The Great Disruption – Part 3 – Heat Waves This is the third part of a series on what Australian author Paul Gilding, in his 2018 book on the climate…

The Great Disruption – Part 2 – Floods This is the second part of a series on what Australian author Paul Gilding, in his 2018 book on the climate catastrophe,…

The Great Distruption – Part 1 – Climate Migration This is the first part of a series on what Australian author Paul Gilding, in his 2018 book on the climate…

And when the night is cloudy, there is still a light that shines on me, Shine until tomorrow, let it be — Paul McCartney Greta Thunberg’s smile said it all….

The nearer global heating approaches to the agreed 1.5ºC limit, the greater the risk it poses to the green transition itself — Institute for Public Policy Research In the context…

  It took humans from 1800, the date many climate models use as the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, until about 2016 to emit enough greenhouse gas to raise the…

“…the hockey stick graph became an icon and [climate change] deniers reckoned if they could smash the icon, the whole concept of global warming would be destroyed…” Michael E. Mann…

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Books by Philip S. Wenz

Your Ecological House is a homeowner and designer’s guide to creating a “home ecosystem,” an integrated habitat that conserves and produces energy, reduces waste and produces food and other goods.

This upcoming book discussed three possible futures — ” bad,” “good,” and “likely” — for the planet and humanity in the Anthropocene.

Read the Synopsis.