Discussing the psychology behind science denialism and its impact on MVHS. To some of us, science is simply a fact, but to others, science is something people can choose whether or not to believe. While the scientific method involves careful experimentation and data analysis, and the process of publication of peer-reviewed journals ensures that scientific … Continue reading The Science Behind Science Denial
Identifying the truths and misconceptions behind the usage of consumerism to combat climate change Uncontrollable wildfires rage across the state of California. Storms, heat waves, and droughts increase in both frequency and intensity, wreaking havoc across the nation. One study predicts a 23% fall in average global income by the turn of the century. All … Continue reading Changing the Climate Through the Marketplace
Exploring the effects of the seagrass restoration project on mitigating the effects of climate change and potentially becoming a model for future projects, as well as the positives and negatives of globalization and its ties with global warming.
Climate change as told through a peach tree, monkey and girl
Why statements about a future of fire — or even no future at all — driven by climate change are neither accurate nor beneficial
Lab-grown meat may be a sustainable alternative to conventional meat By Charlotte Chui The Problem Climate change. It's a term met with controversy. There’s denial that it’s occurring, that it’s a conspiracy. But in 2014, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) established a worldwide scientific consensus that climate change is occurring, leaving citizens with … Continue reading SuperMeat: The path to a sustainable future