Friday, October 05, 2007

The 100 year letter project

The folks at Desmogblog asked a group of writers, scientists and activists to write "a letter to their great, great grandchildren about their vision and hopes for their world in 100 years, in the context of global warming". You can read my tres Canuck letter here.

The biofuels post generated some good discussion on the blog and elsewhere about who - scientists, journalists, editors - is responsible for placing a new piece of research in context. We need to keep having these types of conversations.

3 comments:

Steve Bloom said...

OT: Simon, you seem like just the person to take on the treatment of coral bleaching as discussed in the court ruling on An Inconvenient Truth, now being discussed everywhere.

dan said...

simon,
your letter is great. this is how i found you via desmog blog. glad i did

i am in taiwan
please read my blog

a well known Canadian reporter is going to interview me soon about polar cities, for global report, and he needs some quotes from others, pro and con. can i give him your name and email for a quote pro or con on polar cities?

http://climatechange3000.blogspot.com

you should also look into idea of polar cities. google the term. Wiki it.and blog about my POLAR CITIES RESEARCH PROJECT....can do? even pro and con, just talk about them? email me at danbloom gmail

dan said...

I may be a climate scientist but I can’t know the answer those questions.

BTW, simon, one small grammar mistake i saw here, maybe desmog can fix.? I CAN'T KNOW THE ANSWER TO THOSE QUESTIONS....you left out the TO....

copy editor dan