How a Study of Biased Reporting on Climate Change Morphed Into a Tale of Biased Science

Early last month, Hong Fuhai, an economics professor at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, received an unexpected question: Was it true that he and his colleagues said it is OK to lie about climate change? “A reader of the Townhall article, whom we hadn’t known, emailed us for clarification, as he …

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China is Spreading the Use of Insurance to Cope With Climate Change Damage

Weeks before the harvest started last summer, Li Ping’s rice paddies were hit by extreme weather. Temperatures of 95 degrees Fahrenheit baked Longtan village in north China for over a month, causing leaf yellowing and damaging grain production. As a result, Li’s rice yields decreased by 20 percent compared with …

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Bhutan Prospers by Exporting ‘Sustainable’ Energy, But Some Doubt That It is

PUNATSANGCHHU, Bhutan — Traveling in this western Bhutanese valley is like going back in time before the Industrial Revolution, with only forests, rice paddies and scattered farming villages visible from the road. But after one more turn, the peaceful countryside life is suddenly replaced by chugging machinery. Welcome to the …

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