What’s going to happen to your habitat with a changing climate? I thought I’d skim through chapters 22 – 30 from IPCC report part II which deal with regional impacts. … Continue reading What’s in store for your habitat?
I’ve just seen a tweet of Bjorn Lomborg’s from the other day (yes, I’m a couple of days behind) on the cost of climate change versus the costs of mitigation. Here it … Continue reading Bjorn Lomborg economics
Chapter 11 of the IPCC report (yes, I’ve skipped a few chapters since my last post on this topic) is about Human health: impacts, adaptation and co-benefits. This is all … Continue reading The impact of climate change on human health
Ok, so we’re not really all going to die – not yet anyway – but the IPCC did release Part II of report number 5 last week and there’s lots … Continue reading So this is it, we’re all going to die
I spent the morning wandering around central York today. I took my last walk down the Shambles, sat and enjoyed a pot of tea at one of the cafés there … Continue reading A few things: York, the bicycle and the IPCC
A friend sent me a link to a good article this morning (thank you!) about climate change and how if we don’t address it soon, it may end up becoming … Continue reading We are running out of time…
I’ve just seen this great video about the science of climate change and what we can expect for the next hundred or so years. I think it’s better than the … Continue reading Climate change: the state of the science
The IPCC have produced a good video about the recently released report of IPCC Working Group I. It explains the physical science basis of climate change in a very simple … Continue reading Climate change 2013: the physical science basis
Be prepared! that’s the boy scout’s marching song, Be prepared! as through life you march along. Be prepared to hold your liquor pretty well, Don’t write naughty words on walls … Continue reading Be prepared!
In anticipation of the release of the IPCC assessment on climate change next week, I thought I’d post this video from Nature.com about the final report. Scientists are now 95% … Continue reading 25 years of the IPCC