by Dave Sigworth, Maritime Aquarium publicist
Dr. Daniel Botkin worries that we have too much information about the environment; so much so that we don’t know how to tell which information is valid and – of the information that is valid – which of that information to use to find solutions to our environmental problems.
In a special appearance at The Maritime Aquarium March 10, the author/biologist/environmentalist said we’ll find the correct solutions by getting back out into nature, instead of relying on computer models.
“We’re more aware of nature and the environment than any other civilization before,” Botkin said. “So you would think that, knowing so much about the environment, we should be able to solve our environmental problems. But we’re also the most confused civilization.” Continue reading