Steve Easterbrook at the Azimuth Project explains “What Does the New IPCC Report Say About Climate Change?”

Steve Easterbrook at The Azimuth Project explains What Does the New IPCC Report Say About Climate Change, taking a tour through its summary for policymakers, but bringing in material from the physical sciences report as needed.

He has produced four parts, thusfar, with a promise of more to come:

  1. The warming is unequivocal
  2. Humans caused the majority of it
  3. The warming is largely irreversible, and it will get worse as we continue to emit more greenhouse gases to the atmosphere
  4. Most of the heat is going into the oceans, causing thermal expansion of the oceans and, hence, sea-level rise, and presenting the possibility that this heat will come back out and contributing to Earth surface warming in addition to the warming which results directly from a warmer atmosphere.
  5. I’ll link more here as Steve produces them.


    (administrative)
    http://johncarlosbaez.wordpress.com/2014/04/11/what-does-the-new-ipcc-report-say-about-climate-change-part-4/trackback/
    http://johncarlosbaez.wordpress.com/2014/04/10/what-does-the-new-ipcc-report-say-about-climate-change-part-3/trackback/
    http://johncarlosbaez.wordpress.com/2014/04/09/what-does-the-new-ipcc-report-say-about-climate-change-part-2/trackback/
    http://johncarlosbaez.wordpress.com/2014/04/07/what-does-the-new-ipcc-report-say-about-climate-change-part-1/trackback/

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