Politicizing the the AAAS by flogging
The Editor's remainders:
Dear Russell Seitz,
Your American Association for the Advancement of Science
membership is up for renewal...as a special thanks for
responding to this online request, you can access --
at no charge - The State of the Planet...
Your fellow members tell us that their desire to learn and
explore led them tocareers in and a life long love of science
...just follow the instructions to access your complimentary
bonus, The State of the Planet...
Beth Rosner, Publisher Science magazine
Donald Kennedy says
“To the editors of Science, these relationships ...compose the most important...issues societies face. Without scientific understanding, those who will make policies in the future will be forced to do so without the most essential tool they could have?”...a compilation of essays...by Kennedy.
At the heart of the book is a landmark 1968 essay in Science, “The Tragedy of the Commons,” “Where have we come in 38 years?” Kennedy asks.
“The big question in the end is not whether science can help. Plainly it could,” writes Kennedy, who served earlier as commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and president of Stanford...In addition to Kennedy..."