Viewpoints

Op-ed: Fossil fuel is not the path to carbon neutrality

The scientific consensus is unequivocal: To curb climate change, humanity must act with existential urgency or face devastating impacts.

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Rapid development in Ann Arbor and other areas of southeast Michigan has led to increasing friction between humans and their animal neighbors in recent years.

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Last semester, I had to take Space 101: Rocket Science as a requirement for my minor in space engineering. I am majoring in engineering physics and computer science, so I went into the class with a relatively high level of comfort with the topics that would be discussed.

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“Are you guys ready to move on?” Looking back, it’s an odd thing for me to say to a mostly-female physics study group.

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Our campus has been a trying environment for many in the last year.

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“It’s not that global warming is like a world war. It is a world war.

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At the Women’s Huron Valley Correctional Facility, the decrepit prison conditions have now caused an outspread of scabies.

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Congress has finally taken some action on climate change, and the solution is exactly what we’ve been hoping for.

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A bombshell report was dropped over Thanksgiving. The Fourth National Climate Assessment provided perhaps the most detailed scientific assessment of how climate change is going to impact every area of our lives.

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As alumni of the University of Michigan, we were deeply disappointed by the recent actions of two instructors who refused to support students’ desire to study abroad in Israel. While we applaud the University for disciplining Prof.