Articles by Christopher Mims
Christopher Mims's dystopian non-fiction is sought after by an ever-growing roster of publications.
The Climate Post: Primaries move GOP to the right (on climate)
Read about the GOP primary results, new sources of green energy, upcoming climate change impacts, Dilbert, and more.
The Climate Post: Climate skepticism, floods, and apple pie
Read about flooding in Pakistan, the future of coal, carbon levels 450 million years ago, and more.
The Climate Post: First They Came For The Bill; Now, the EPA
First things first: Some environmental groups are giving up, for now, on a cap and trade bill. Sen. Dick Lugar predicted that the EPA, which is moving forward on efforts to curtail emissions of greenhouse gasses via its rule-making authority, would see a “rebellion” that would lead to its powers being “substantially curtailed.” Some of […]
The Climate Post: Beating a dead climate horse
Read about the shape of the 2010 wind market, world pessimism about the U.S., activists turning to issues besides the climate bill, and more.