Voices: Studebaker

Could it be this simple to solve global warming?

When you look at global warming as an engineering problem, you can tunnel right through politics, greed, biases and even science.

By Paul Studebaker
Nov 13, 2019

I find myself newly optimistic about the future, and it’s not just because my oncologist thinks I might survive cancer, or that I’m retiring soon to, among other things, ride around North America on epic motorcycle camping trips. It’s because Béla Lipták has again shifted from convincing us all that global warming is real to telling us genuinely practical ways to mitigate it (p. 38). And, as always, he explains it using his comprehensive knowledge of process control.

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