Samuel Thernstrom

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The Same Old Drill

In the aftermath of the Gulf oil spill, the best way to ensure that resources will be available for environmental restoration and economic revitalization work far in the future would be keeping BP viable under its current ownership.

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The Same Old Drill

There are two things the president must do in the coming days to increase public confidence in his administration’s response to this crisis.

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Seeds of NGO Activism: Shell Capitulates in Saro-Wiwa Case

Despite the consequences of the Deepwater Horizon accident, domestic offshore drilling is an important part of America’s supply of reliable and affordable energy.

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Democrats’ Augustinian Impulses on Climate - feat. image

President Obama’s election raised unprecedented expectations among climate advocates—and yet their unconditional devotion allows him to get away with giving little more than lip service to the issue.

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ECO-Env-0004-80

The administration’s offshore drilling proposal is not a panacea for U.S. energy concerns, but it will help a little.

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What Role for Geoengineering? - feat. image

Any effective climate strategy will have to rely upon a combination of emissions reductions, adaptation, and, if circumstances warrant (as appears likely), some degree of geoengineering.

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Engineering Our Attitudes

Samuel Thernstrom believes geoengineering may have an important role to play, both practically and conceptually, in the climate challenge process.

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What Iran Really Thinks about Talks

The greatest danger associated with these loan guarantees for nuclear power plants is not environmental but financial.

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A Rising Anti-Government Tide

The choices within the climate change debate are extraordinarily difficult. Imperfect people, not pure science, must decide our course of action.

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Climate Change and the Environment

Climate policy should focus on human welfare, not just reducing global greenhouse gas emissions.

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