Daily Archives: May 30, 2017

From Paris to Asia: towards a meaningful and inclusive implementation of the Paris Agreement

SEI Science Forum 2017 – Closing Session

Tourism to Antarctica on the rise

Guy McPherson: Griffith University, Brisbane Australia

Trump’s European visit ‘went very, very badly’ – analyst

Lyme disease growing in Canada

Peter Sinclair — Communicating Climate Science in the Disinformation Era

Kari Norgaard — Living in Denial

Part 1: Yale Historian Timothy Snyder on How the U.S. Can Avoid Sliding into Authoritarianism

https://democracynow.org – Is the United States sliding toward tyranny? That is the question posed by Yale University history professor Timothy Snyder in his new book that draws on his decades of experience writing about war and genocide in European history in order to find 20 key lessons that can help the United States avoid descending into authoritarianism. “I was trying to get out front and give people very practical day-to-day things that they could do,” Snyder says. “What stood behind all of that was a lifetime of working on the worst chapters of European history, a sense of how things can go very wrong.”

Part 2:

Published on May 30, 2017

Part 2: Yale Historian Timothy Snyder on How the U.S. Can Avoid Sliding into Authoritarianism