If evolution seems to have backed us into a corner when it comes to existential threats such as climate change, does it also offer a way out?
The failure of traditional human governance institutions to come to grips with climate change—to perceive the threat, formulate a coherent and flexible response, and then enact it with vigor and discipline—is all too plain.
Nearly all climate scientists now agree that climate-warming trends over the past century can be attributed mainly to human activity, and it is no longer a matter of scientific dispute that climate change poses real challenges for current and future generations.
Humanity has been aware of climate change for decades, yet for the most part neither individuals nor institutions have been able to . . . read more here: