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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 1 Jun 22

This week political philosopher Steve McIntosh joins me to discuss global warming through the lens of cultural evolution. We focus on solving the ā€œpolitical will problemā€ that is currently stymying our collective response to the climate crisis. Steve argues that the progressive agenda on climate needs an upgrade: ā€œPreserving the health of our natural environment is crucial for our collective well-being, which is why we can no longer indulge in the idealistic fantasy that Americaā€™s economy and energy systems can be immediately and radically transformed. Some prominent progressive voices are calling for the overthrow of capitalism, but this kind of …

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This week political philosopher Steve McIntosh joins me to discuss global warming through the lens of cultural evolution. We focus on solving the ā€œpolitical will problemā€ that is currently stymying our collective response to the climate crisis. Steve argues that the progressive agenda on climate needs an upgrade: ā€œPreserving the health of our natural environment is crucial for our collective …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 1 Jun 22

This week political philosopher Steve McIntosh joins me to discuss global warming through the lens of cultural evolution. We focus on solving the ā€œpolitical will problemā€ that is currently stymying our collective response to the climate crisis. Steve argues that the progressive agenda on climate needs an upgrade: ā€œPreserving the health of our natural environment is crucial for our collective well-being, which is why we can no longer indulge in the idealistic fantasy that Americaā€™s economy and energy systems can be immediately and radically transformed. Some prominent progressive voices are calling for the overthrow of capitalism, but this kind of …

A Post-Progressive Approach to Climate Change – Guest: Steve McIntosh, President, The Institute for Cultural Evolution Read More Ā»

This week political philosopher Steve McIntosh joins me to discuss global warming through the lens of cultural evolution. We focus on solving the ā€œpolitical will problemā€ that is currently stymying our collective response to the climate crisis. Steve argues that the progressive agenda on climate needs an upgrade: ā€œPreserving the health of our natural environment is crucial for our collective …

A Post-Progressive Approach to Climate Change – Guest: Steve McIntosh, President, The Institute for Cultural Evolution Read More Ā»


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 Oct 21

Excerpt from This Week in the New York Times podcast (8/13/21) on the Times’ coverage of the latest IPCC report. The post Bite Size: The Climate Story – 8 minutes appeared first on The Daily Evolver.

Excerpt from This Week in the New York Times podcast (8/13/21) on the Times’ coverage of the latest IPCC report. The post Bite Size: The Climate Story – 8 minutes appeared first on The Daily Evolver.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 20 Sep 21

As our world leaders prepare to gather at the UN climate conference (COP26) this fall to discuss future action on climate change, there is one major question on the table. Will we as a global society come together to take control of the situation and prevent catastrophic climate change, or are we too far gone? At RethinkX, we believe the former. The report presents three scenarios for how societal choices would determine future pathways for global carbon emissions: the Core Disruption Scenario (ā€˜Be Sensibleā€™), the Accelerated Disruption Scenario (ā€˜Get Seriousā€™), and the Delayed Disruption Scenario (ā€˜Get Stuckā€™). This blog presents …

At UN climate summit, we must choose clean prosperity or climate catastrophe Read More Ā»

As our world leaders prepare to gather at the UN climate conference (COP26) this fall to discuss future action on climate change, there is one major question on the table. Will we as a global society come together to take control of the situation and prevent catastrophic climate change, or are we too far gone? At RethinkX, we believe the …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 15 Oct 20

In the forest, boots crunching, tree tops sweeping in wind. Silence is not silent. The season is revealed in the wet soil and yellowed…Continue reading on Medium Ā»

In the forest, boots crunching, tree tops sweeping in wind. Silence is not silent. The season is revealed in the wet soil and yellowed…Continue reading on Medium Ā»


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 15 Oct 20

In the forest, boots crunching, tree tops sweeping in wind. Silence is not silent. The season is revealed in the wet soil and yellowed…Continue reading on Medium Ā»

In the forest, boots crunching, tree tops sweeping in wind. Silence is not silent. The season is revealed in the wet soil and yellowed…Continue reading on Medium Ā»


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