Climate Change: Evidence and Causes

The National Academy of Sciences.  The Royal Society. Together.

They have compiled a compelling and perspicacious report on the evidence and causes for global climate change, perhaps better described, climate disruption.

There’s an overview available.

There’s an important section on America’s climate choices.

There’s an important report on peoples, risk, and resilience.

And a very important section on climate modeling.

And there is a fascinating site discussing the ethics for engineering and science regarding climate change and society. After all, it isn’t as if we are living in a DisneyWorld Epcot created by a Beneficent Deity who will, if things go wrong, swoop down and restore Cinderella. We are our own gods. “We are as gods, and might as well get good at it.


About ecoquant

See Retired data scientist and statistician. Now working projects in quantitative ecology and, specifically, phenology of Bryophyta and technical methods for their study.
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