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For 30 years Dr. McCluney was principal research scientist at the Florida Solar Energy Center, a research institute of the University of Central Florida. He holds B.A., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in physics and has published over 60 popular and technical articles as well as several books. He is currently a consulting physicist in Tennessee. He has been studying, lecturing, and writing on energy and environmental policy for several decades.

His Most Recent Books
HUMANITY'S ENVIRONMENTAL FUTURE: Making Sense in a Troubled World and GETTING TO THE SOURCE: Readings on Sustainable Values, SunPine Press, Cape Canaveral, FL 2004. Available from Baker and Taylor distributors,, and a growing list of booksellers.

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SHARE More Sharing        Wednesday, April 7, 2010
De-Growth conference. April 29 - May 2nd This conference gets to the core new thinking that is needed. And coming up with ways to implement the new social contract that needs to emerge. I will be unable to attend, but hopefully good things will come from this effort. I'm glad that talented people are addressing this critical issue.
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(3 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Wednesday, March 31, 2010
"I've never seen so many people." On his return for India Dr. Ross McCluney reflects on the population explosion and our distressed environment. View "Home" a spectacularly beautiful and moving documentary about the planet.
(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Saturday, January 9, 2010
Is it Natural to be Irrational? Will emotional appeals and irrational arguments carry the day on environmental issues when science and reason fail? Maybe -- here's why.Is it
(3 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Wednesday, January 6, 2010
What Don't You Understand About EXPONENTIAL? Dr. McCluney comments on the many implications of a though provoking YouTube video that demonstrates the accelerated changes that confront us and our children.
(2 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Sunday, December 6, 2009
Conspiracy Thinking and Climate Change Dr. Ross McCluney (and son) respond to climate change denial thinking that can be seen in some of the comments offered on his recent articles. Kevin McCluney's response, quoted by his father and used here with permission is of particular interest as it distinguishes the reliability of various "proofs" that authors cite to validate the opinion or theory they favor.
(7 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Friday, December 4, 2009
On Climate Science Denial Dr. Ross McCluney thinks that all this mumbo jumbo about global warming being a hoax is little more than wishful thinking turned into anti-scholarship. Denial of clear scientific evidence reigns supreme in financial circles and on the blogosphere. Certain people don't want global warming to be real and human-caused, because they'd have to make some huge changes in their ways of doing business ...
SHARE More Sharing        Wednesday, November 4, 2009
Students Oppose Nuclear Dumping in Tennesee Students at Vanderbilt University and Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn. have spent two weekends braving the rain, cold temperatures and early morning hours to encourage fellow Tennesseans to sign a petition aimed at ending nuclear dumping in Tennessee.
SHARE More Sharing        Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Our Global Ponzi Economy Environmental policy issues are generally set by “leaders” in industry and government, who are failing to lead us away from danger -- the cliff we approach. Most of us feel like we're the little guys, can't change large-scale misguided policy, don't have access to the powerful leaders in big cities far away from us. But the more we work to change our individual and local communities, the more our leaders will respond.