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Climate Wars Radio, Typical vs Exceptional Examples, and Adapting to Aging

Looking back one, two and five years ago today on Worldchanging:

2009
Gwynne Dyer's Climate Wars: Now a Radio Series
Hassan Masum points out that the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation has done a radio series based on the book, Climate Wars, and made it available online...

2008
The Fallacy of Examples, and the Problems of Extrapolating from Media
Ethan Zuckerman explores the difference between 'typical' examples and 'exceptional' examples, and how their differing uses in the media affect our understanding of people, places and issues...

2005
Getting Smarter About Getting Older
Jamais Cascio writes that longevity already forces our societies to change, so we should take advantage of the moment to think about what we'd like a long-lived world to look like. As an example, he explores some developments in Finland...


Other recent "look backs":
July 1
July 2
July 5

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I think the US wastes a lot of natural resources that it doesn't need to waste! It has big potential in the future but right now the US is making a mess of our environment. Not just ours the whole world is changed from what we do. There is lots of green products on the market and we need to use more of them.


Posted by: Russell on 7 Jul 10

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