The lessons of island time
“Re-coupling science and policy” — an elaboration
The age of reason is dead
Two Problems of Climate Ethics: Can we Lose the Planet but Save Ourselves?
Fracking and environmental (in)justice in a Texas city
Debunk the delusion! Ecologize the economy!
Don’t reduce me bro
Creatures of habit
On identity, relativism, socio-legal equality, teleology, and religion in society: A critique of “In response to: On non-heterosexuality, religious absurdity, heteronormativity, human dignity, love, and freedom
On non-heterosexuality, religious absurdity, heteronormativity, human dignity, love, and freedom
Does distance matter?
The Antarctic meltdown: Shutdown the meltdown
The Antarctic meltdown: On top of the world
The Antarctic meltdown: Antarctic loss and damage
The Antarctic meltdown: The ethics of rising sea level (II)
The Antarctic meltdown: The ethics of rising sea level (I)
The conservative confusion
Scottish waves and Texas wind
The Antarctic meltdown: Prime real estate!
Wet and wild weather
A greener White House
Our new hydroverlords
Are we lobsters?
The popular apocalypse, ctd.
The popular apocalypse
The ideology and politics of fracking in an image
To frack or not to frack? That is the question
Congress’ assault on knowledge
Texas is doing it right
The ethics of Ambient Persuasive Technology and the idea of environmental policy
Does being anti-fossil fuels mean being anti-modern?
Mars in 30 days? Solar powered space flight
Human consciousness: The normative question and the creation of value
The Solar Impulse! Flight without fossil fuels
Listen up utilitarians! Friedman’s “win-win-win-win-win”
Wilson’s time machine
And I didn’t even know it
Solar panels for all, precautionary or proactionary?
Ultra-thin high-efficiency organic solar cells from Princeton
Sierra Leonean prodigy comes to MIT
A prognosis of T. Boone Picken’s LNG vehicle future
Science Progress publicizes study of beliefs about hydraulic fracturing for natural gas
To Frack or Not to Frack
A short thought on doing philosophy
Ambiguous policy language
A letter to the Denton City Council
Non-arbitrary v. arbitrary – axiologically speaking
Is electricity a non-arbitrary need?
The roots of oppression
Tidal power makes waves in Maine
Is Denton fracked?
Third year of triple-digit growth in US solar PV market
When in RoME…
I agree with almost everything, but…
All roads lead to RoME
Solar in the southwest
The continuousity of evolution and naturalization
US solar installs
Dave Roberts on the future of solar
We need a knowledgeable nudge
When ideals lead to no deals
Justin Hall-Tipping on grid-free solar energy and nanotechnology
University of Florida’s record-setting graphene solar cells
Sadoway’s liquid metal battery
The ecological absurd
Progress, simplicity, and contentment
If Occam were an environmentalist…
The sense of freedom
On our cosmic significance
The problems of society – Part two
The problems of society – Part one
The most pressing non-environmental, environmental issue
Hope amidst the cynicism