From Darwinism to evolutionary biology.

  title={From Darwinism to evolutionary biology.},
  author={Ulrich Kutschera},
  volume={321 5893},
IN THE POLICY FORUM “CLIMATE CHANGE—THE CHINESE CHALLENGE” (8 FEBRUARY, P. 730), N. Zeng et al. describe the challenges and opportunities inherent in China’s efforts to address climate change. However, they do not mention government-set energy prices. China’s energy prices are mainly decided and controlled by the government. Because the government emphasizes social stability (1) over scarcity of resources or environmental cost (2), it sets the energy prices very low. For example, Chinese… CONTINUE READING

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