Tag Archives: run-away climate

Action beyond Paris Agreement

It is now 25 years since the first global reports warned us that greenhouse gas emissions were a serious problem. I have watched the debate these two decades on climate change with increasing levels of concern. This is not some … Continue reading

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Real Climate rounds up Earth’s Sensitivity

Real Climate has a roundup of the latest scientific papers dealing with sensitivity of our climate to CO2 increases with Part 1 of a planned series of posts. I will leave the detail up to you to read if you … Continue reading

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The Permafrost Trigger

(Returning after a short break from posting) There have recently been a few studies showing that permafrost is melting and that large amounts of CO2 and methane (CH4) are being released. Reports of melting of arctic sea floor clathrates (methane) … Continue reading

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