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Charles Eisenstein Ä 2 Read & download Download ð PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ä Charles Eisenstein Read è Climate Author Charles Eisenstein Æ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Flipping the script on climate change Eisenstein makes a case for a wholesale reimagining of the framing tactics and goals we employ in our journey to heal from ecological destruction   With research and insight Charles Eisenstein details how the uantification of the natural world leads to a lack of integration and our “fight” mentality With an entire chapter unpacking the climate change denier’s point of view he advocates for expanding our exclusive focus on carbon emissions. I wasn t going to review this book because I like Charles Eisenstein and I appreciate what he s trying to do in general with his career to integrate humans better with the natural world With a spiritual bent Eisenstein has also inspired people around the world to think creatively to open their hearts and to make positive changes in their personal lives For that he should be encouraged and applaudedSo when I found his book on climate change frustrating I was just going to let it go But after reading this uote from respected historian of science Naomi Oreskes I realized that I at least wanted to make a short comment on what I found most problematic about Eistenstein s climate book Science is not based on any individual no matter how smart that individual may be It s based on the collective wisdom the collective knowledge the collective work of all of the scientists who have worked on a particular problem This gets to Eisenstein s method which is eccentric in both the good and bad senses of the word It s good in that he offers original insights that just feel right on For example he comments that as a kid when he took car rides he noticed bugs splattered on the windshield than he does today This is a concrete sign that nature is dying because insects are such ancient and important inhabitants of the land This kind of simple but deep observation is where Eisenstein excelsWhere he excels less is in his long discussion of climate science I understand why he devotes dozens of pages to uestioning conventional science and listing footnotes of scholarly papers that few of his readers have heard of The first reason is just wishful thinking on his part Eisenstein wants to appeal to climate skeptics who are probably not going to read this book anyway His second reason is a stronger one and is essential to his whole approach of integrating humans with nature He wants to show that we should care about restoring water landscape and animals than about cutting fossil fuels to fix the climateBut Eisenstein s freelance act as a smart dude who can think for himself enough to argue with climate scientists after all as he points out he did study math at Yale falls flat Eisenstein is not a ualified PhD climatologist he doesn t play one on TV and he shouldn t try to play scientist in this book As Oreskes a ualified expert on the history of science points out valid science is not just about one smart dude who can read research reports and then come up with his own conclusions that are eually valid with a report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change for exampleOf course Eisenstein uestions the scientific establishment and doesn t seem to trust their conclusions So he seems to feel he s got as much right as anybody to correct the work of that establishmentBut I m not sold It s a lot to ask a reader to take my word for it even after presenting a bunch of arguments about science that the average reader won t be able or ualified to understandThere s a reason why society leaves brain surgery to the brain surgeons engineering to the engineers and climate science to the climatologists Ordinary smart people with college degrees whether from the Ivy League or the Big Ten shouldn t be expected to uestion the conclusions of every technical fieldA large industrial civilization only works with a division of labor and trust in expertise Of course an ordinary citizen should think for herself and sometimes uestion experts But you need to rely on alternative expertise to do thatAnd listening to freelance self appointed experts who think they know better has already gotten the climate movement into enough trouble by giving science deniers especially oil company PR flacks air time than they deserveThe public is confused enough about climate science I wish that Eisenstein had submitted his whole footnoted section to a proper academic journal for peer review If he really believes that his conclusions will stand the test of evidence I hope he ll do that in the future Then I ll be open to what he has to say about scienceIn the meantime I m grateful for Eistenstein s creative philosophy and his good heart and I hope he will continue to inspire readers to live good lives with all species in mind The Sacrificial Universe change Eisenstein makes a An Orchestra of Minorities chapter unpacking the The Seamstress climate Vom Klassenkampf zur Volksgemeinschaft Sozialpolitik im Dritten Reich change denier’s point of view he advocates for expanding our exclusive focus on Pilgrims Musa and Sheri in the New World carbon emissions. 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