Overpopulation, and a Movie that Definitely Won’t Get the Oscar

, scientific adviser, Climate and Energy

As Oscar Night approaches, I’ve gotten to thinking about the movies I saw last year—not just the good ones, but a bad one too. It’s Inferno, which seemed to have everything going for it, but has sunk into cinematic oblivion with scarcely a trace. Why?

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5 Things to Know about Population and Heat-trapping Emissions

, senior climate scientist

[Co-written with Peter Frumhoff, Director of Science & Policy/Chief Scientist, Climate]

In public talks about climate science, my colleague, Peter Frumhoff and I often show images of the projected rapid increase in global emissions of carbon dioxide, the most important heat-trapping gas. Read more >

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