It’s happened to all of us. Sometime in the middle of dinner, or hanging out with friends, someone says they’re not sure climate change exists. And you’re suddenly at a loss for words.
The solution, according to former Vice President Al Gore, is a new social media tool designed to tell users the scientific truth about global warming. The tool (really more of a game), called Reality Drop, was unveiled today at a live event in Long Beach, California.
Cauliflower (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Across the Forbes.com platform yesterday Jon Entine, Executive Director of the Genetic Literacy Project, offered an op-ed on concerns regarding the existence of plant virus DNA sequences in transgenic plant...
As the effects of climate change become increasingly apparent, so does the need for a new approach to sustainable development, in which economic and social policies are designed with regard for their environmental impact.
As Jon Entine of the Genetic Literacy Project reports, reporters often distort controversial issues like agricultural biotechnology by embracing the “false equivalency” construct—the reflexive assumption that “reality” is halfway between whatever...
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