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In thousands of ways, UN policy helps shape how we respond to emerging crises, from basic poverty to world political events, from food to climate change and population. What is emerging, however, is that UN analyses are increasingly diverging from reality – as they attempt to describe our future, they have failed to adequately (or…

I’ve often wondered what I should write after everyone is already living the Zombie attack and is bored with hearing about how to grow food and mend your socks. I figure at some point, the market will be saturated by such things, and people will want to escape – and I should start thinking now…

There’s yet another kerfuffle about climatology going on. First, of course, there was climategate, whose total revealed knowledge is “if you hack into people’s private emails you might find out that some people, even climate scientists, are jerks sometimes.” Now there’s another one – in the IPCC report, there’s an error. That is, scientists took…