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Climate change is driving people to skip having kids | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

thinking to a wide range of issues in an ever-changing business environment. Insights. Books. Contact. About us. Services. Insights. Books. Contact. View all articles from. Today's Research. Climate change is driving people to skip having kids. April 25, 2021

Governments should address climate change, health and taxes as one issue | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

thinking to a wide range of issues in an ever-changing business environment. Insights. Books. Contact. About us. Services. Insights. Books. Contact. View all articles from. Today's Research. Governments should address climate change, health and taxes as one

How quickly can we recover from global warming? | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

answer is rather shocking: 20,000 to 50,000 years. , according to the latest research. Polling just completed shows that most Europeans are eager to have their leaders do something about climate change but are also unwilling to make any lifestyle

Blissful ignorance about COVID-19 or painful truth? | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

We live in a time when reality—about the real danger of COVID-19, the long-term peril of climate change and a whole range of other inconvenient scientific facts—is disbelieved or ignored by a significant portion of the world’s population. Yet we also live

Climate change felled the Assyrian Empire | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

change," he said. "These societies experienced climatic changes that were of such magnitude they could not simply adapt to them," he added. With these new speleothem records, say the researchers, paleoclimatologists and archaeologists are now able to

Why some firms prepare for natural disasters and others don't | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

location is subject to natural disasters and, if so, of what type’” explained the lead author. But they may not be all that useful going forward. “Natural scientists examining climate change trends are raising concerns, however, that past experiences may

Innovations for sustainability in a post-pandemic future | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

change, population growth—affect all parts of the globe both directly and indirectly. There can be no fortress America, or Australia or EU or China. Will our leaders apply these lessons? Probably not. We’ve, in all likelihood, lost the climate change battle

Shared values lead to collaboration | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

alarming pace of climate change, it is increasingly important to understand what factors motivate people to take action—or not—on environmental issues. A recent study in. Sustainability Science. shows that deeply held values, which align closely with political

Even when presented with facts, supported by evidence, many choose not to believe them. | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

see this at work in the climate change debate. The researchers who, in return for research grants, provide the “facts” which pro-coal and other groups use in their anti-climate change crusade (despite the increasing prevalence of major Hurricanes such as

Human enhancement: Is it good for society? | Today's Research by Fortinberry Murray

engineering, with other performance enhancement technologies, is one of what I call the “the five horsemen of the modern apocalypse” which pose existential threats to humanity. The other four are unregulated AI, overpopulation, climate change and inequality. The