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Kurt Stand's Review in MDCDSA, 2/7/2019 (Link)

Sputnik Radio (D. Schwartzman interviewed by E. Puryear, 1/25/2019) (Link)

Ian Angus' Short Review for Climate & Capitalism, 10/1/2018 (Link)

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Related Relevant Resources:

(A) The impact of militarism & capitalism on environmental justice: A Global Greens Webinar (9/2018; 97 minutes) (Link)

(B) How the MIC profits from Endless War (15 minutes) (Link)

(C) Sticking with Nuclear Power Will Make CC Worse (9/2018) (Link)

(D) IPCC (2018). Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5°C (Report). Incheon, South Korea: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). (2018) (Link)

(E) Important Quotation: "the risk of tipping cascades [to destabilizing feedbacks] could be significant at a 2°C temperature rise and could increase sharply beyond that point. We argue that a planetary threshold in the Earth System could exist at a temperature rise as low as 2°C above preindustrial," from Will Steffen, Johan Rockström, Katherine Richardson, et al. (2018) 'Trajectories of the Earth System in the Anthropocene.' Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA) 115 (33): 8252-8259.

(F) Important News: The AAAS awarded the Scientific Freedom and Responsibility Award to Drs. Sarath Gunatilake and Channa Jayasumana who "faced death threats and claims of research misconduct while working to determine the cause of a kidney disease epidemic that has claimed tens of thousands of lives in their home country of Sri Lanka and around the world. Ultimately, their advocacy led to the culprit, an herbicide called glyphosate, being banned in several affected countries," according to a Feb. 4, 2019 AAAS press release. The press release has since been removed from AAAS website. AAAS has also cancelled the award ceremony. US Right to Know captured it and have it posted at this link.

(G) The Health and Environmental Benefits of Wind and Solar Energy in the U.S., 2007-2015 by D. Millstein et al. (Link)