Climate science was supposed to unite us, on the left and the right, and result in common, concerted action. Instead, the science of climate change has proved to be ideologically polarizing. In a speech at the National Institute of Standards and Technology last month, Michael Shellenberger and Ted Nordhaus explained why climate science divides us. By contrast, energy technology may actually be able to transcend politics and unify Republicans and Democrats alike.
End Roadworks 2.0
After some feedback that went along the lines of “if I see one more ‘Top 5 Listened To' posts from you…” I have decided that “End Roadworks” needs to have an actual raison d'etre.
Therefore, I have decided that this blog will be dedicated to internetty social-mediaish technological geerkery.
I now have to generate content.
Watch this space.