What does the new President-elect mean for Climate Change? By
... 55% of global emissions. The United States accounts for 20% of the expected greenhouse gas reductions under
the agreement. If they back out, that large section of the agreement unravels. While China, the second largest
emitter, announced post Trump-win that they would still follow the plan; the worl ...
Climate Change Leader in Residence James Hansen, Ph.D. SAVE THE DATES
... Professor at the Earth Institute of Columbia University, where he directs the Program on
Climate Science, Awareness and Solutions. Dr. Hansen’s research focuses on the causes and
consequences of global climate change using the Earth’s paleoclimate history, ongoing global
observations, and interpreti ...
Earth’s Future Climate Mark A Saunders
... Niño, through decadal changes, to multidecadal trends linked to global warming. It affects us all in
our daily lives, impacts the performance of much of industry, and leads to billions of pounds of
damage worldwide each year. In many countries the general public is becoming concerned as press
2Documentary Two_Climate Wars The Battle
... The Climate Wars: The Battle Begins presents the global warming scientific dialogue and the controversy
that has surrounded it since the 1950s. It attempts to answer the questions: how do we know that climate
is warming up, how do we know humans are causing it, and how do we know what’s going to hap ...
Trump Transition Will be a Tsunami Washing Away Climate Corruption
... students around the world a young woman asked if, in retrospect, I would follow
the same path. After very little contemplation I said no and quoted the old saying
that if the world wants to be fooled, let it be fooled. However, I then added, that it
is of no consequence because of the path already t ...
Global Warming Is Natural, Not Man-Made
... Most models predict anywhere
from a 2 to 6 degree increase over
the next century, but even these
are problematic given the myriad
of problems associated with using
models and interpreting their
No one advocates destruction
of the environment, and indeed
we have an obligation to take care
The real climate change scandal
... Exxon. Ebell’s memo showed that the White House and the Institute had been working
together to discredit a report on climate change produced by the Environmental Protection
Agency, whose head at the time was Christine Todd Whitman.
Thanks for calling and asking for our help. … As I sa ...
talk announcement poster pdf
... David Goldston was Chief of Staff of the U.S. House Committee on Science from 2001 through 2006. He
retired from Capitol Hill at the end of 2006 after more than 20 years there, primarily working on science and
environmental policy. Since retiring, he has been a visiting lecturer at Princeton Univers ...
Letter to Sen. Maria Cantwell and Sen. Susan Collins
... many of the shortcomings contained in House-passed climate legislation, H.R. 2454 and the Kerry-Boxer
While the CLEAR Act contains many positive elements, the mandatory greenhouse gas limits are
insufficient to meet the United States’ obligation to prevent the worst effects of climate ...
Global Climate Change - Rock and Wrap It Up!
... growth, and are now higher than ever. Their effects, together
with those of other anthropogenic drivers, have been detected
throughout the climate system and are extremely likely to
have been the dominant cause of the observed warming
since the mid-20th century.
... and sea level rises, does that mean an increase in flooding? What can we do to protect
ourselves from that and how will it affect us financially?
Also, how will our health be affected by global warming, how will agricultural practices
change, how will wildlife cope and what will the effects on coral ...
Under 2 Degrees Celsius: - Veerabhadran Ramanathan
... the carbon dioxide we've already emitted.”
- Durwood Zaelke – Chair of the Committee & IGSD President
This group of renowned scientists and policymakers are now calling on the global public to determine the best methods
for solving the climate crisis. The high-level summary is now open for public co ...
Tribnet.com - Opinion
... Does this mean that temperatures are seven times as warm today as they were
during the Middle Ages? Of course not. But this does illustrate the misleading way the
facts are often used by those wishing to deny the existence of human-induced climate
Unless the current rate of fossil fuel consu ...
B S I
... Anthropogenic climate change is fundamentally changing natural systems and the pace
of change will force changes in many aspects of human society. Ecology has an
important role to play in predicting, mitigating, and adapting to changing climate, but
ecology, as a discipline, will need to more expans ...
Assessing Scientific Knowledge about Climate Change
... 2014. This presentation will summarise significant findings from the IPCC's
Fourth Assessment completed in 2006 followed by a discussion of some areas
of active scientific interest and research since 2006, including polar ice sheets
and sea level rise, ocean acidification and its impacts, geoenginee ...
the daily star 19th July 2011
... strategy and action plan, experts said yesterday, emphasising proper research to face the
Speaking at a climate conference, they blamed lacks of political will and coordination among
ministries for Bangladesh's lagging behind in climate strategy implementation.
Dr Saleemul Haq, senior fel ...
Myron Ebell (born in Baker County, Oregon) is an American global warming skeptic. He is the Director of Global Warming and International Environmental Policy at the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI), a non-profit public policy organization founded in 1984 by Fred L. Smith, Jr. Ebell directs and oversees all aspects of energy policy education and advocacy for CEI. He is also the Chairman of the Cooler Heads Coalition, an informal, ad hoc policy group that works on the economics, science, and risk analysis associated with global warming.His main job is to provide material to the media in the form of quotes to newspaper reporters and participation in live interviews on the subject of climate change. His positions at various times are: (a) climate change isn't happening, (b) it is happening, but it's not because of human released CO2, (c) it is happening, and may be human induced, but it will be much cheaper to adapt to the change than to ration the use of fossil fuels, (d) it is happening and the consequences will be good for the environment.