A researcher predicts that we'll add 2.6 billion people to the Earth by mid-century, and 'Who Killed The Electric Car' is released on DVD.
Thu, Nov 14, 2013 at 5:00 AM
Nov. 14, 2003:
The man largely responsible for protecting endangered species in the U.S., Assistant Interior Secretary Craig Manson, offers an interesting perspective on his job
: "If we are saying that the loss of species in and of itself is inherently bad — I don't think we know enough about how the world works to say that."
Nov. 14, 2003:
In an article in the journal Science,
Rockefeller University researcher Joel Cohen says the world’s population growth in the next 50 years
will exceed the total human population of the Earth in the year 1950. Cohen, who leads Rockefeller’s Laboratory of Populations, says we’ll add 2.6 billion humans by mid-century.
Nov. 14, 2006:
The documentary "Who Killed the Electric Car?
" is released on DVD. The film builds a case against the auto and oil industries and government that there was a concerted effort in the early years of the 21st century to slow or stop the development of electric vehicles.
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