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  • How two young students took the climate denial bate

    Brendan Montague
    | 7th September 2018
    FAKENOMICS: The Institute of Economic Affairs was the first think tank in the UK to promote climate denial. This is the story of how John Blunder, its then director general, recruited British students with a flair for free market economics to the US for internships at Koch-funded think tanks. BRENDAN MONTAGUE reports

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  • Photograph of the Biosphere 2 facility in southern Arizona

    Biospherics, the noosphere and our future

    Mark Nelson
    | 6th September 2018
    Biosphere 2 was a radical experiment that advanced the science of biospherics, pioneered eco-technologies and inspired with its vision of how the technosphere and biosphere can be brought into harmony, argues crew member MARK NELSON

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  • Can the 'tiny house movement' last?

    Emily Folk
    | 3rd September 2018
    Those living in tiny homes are seeking a simpler, more sustainable way of living. However, tiny homes can be expensive and not ideal for everyone. Due to the limitations, time will tell whether or not tiny homes are a fad, writes EMILY FOLK

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