Current greenhouse gas concentrations could warm the world 3-7℃ (and on average 5℃) over coming millennia.
Articles by Andrew Glikson
64 environmental and climate scientists write letter to Abbott government complaining about intergenerational report.
A ‘tipping point’ – a threshold beyond which a system shifts to a new state – is becoming a familiar concept in discussions of climate.
The argument has resurfaced that increased CO2 to plants and agriculture outweigh the costs of climate change. But it’s not quite so simple.
Earth’s land, oceans and biosphere are now in extreme danger, but this doesn’t seem to be driving the urgent measures required to arrest current trends.