Unintended Consequences Don’t Undermine Science-Based Policy | Vol. 4 / No. 16.4

It’s been 65 years since Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring began the US environmental protection movement, and now that we’re talking about dismantling it entirely, I think it’s worth talking about this Daily Beast article. Even if outright banning DDT was wrong — and maybe it was — that’s no excuse for returning to an age of environmental ignorance.
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Vote. | Vol. 4 / No. 2.2

This is a post just for my American readers today.

I’m not going to pretend I don’t have any political opinions. In another year, I might even say it doesn’t matter who you vote for, just that you do get out there and vote.

But this year, if you’re a skeptic, there’s a pretty stark choice…
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