Future liability for fossil fuel energy producers and conveyors

While I don’t entirely have the optimism which Professor Pearce expresses for the ability of climate models to be as specific as he describes, I am very optimistic that real time remote sensing resources, namely satellites, will get good enough to be highly specific regarding emission sources for all kinds of species of greenhouse gases. These won’t be available on the moment, but they will be available at high spatial resolution a week or two after the event, and they will, with fusion against databases, be able to identify the specific source of the emission.

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See https://667-per-cm.net/about. 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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1 Response to Future liability for fossil fuel energy producers and conveyors

  1. Peter Kane says:

    Jan, Thanks again and again for all these great posts. I’ve been sharing most of what you’ve been sending with my students. Next Friday, we are going into Boston to meet with the Climate Ready folks at city hall and to see the effects of king tide at 11:55 am. -Pete

    On Fri, Oct 29, 2021 at 1:23 AM 667 per centimeter : climate science, quantitative biology, statistics, and energy policy wrote:

    > ecoquant posted: ” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AommnhPhzEc While I > don’t entirely have the optimism which Professor Pearce expresses for the > ability of climate models to be as specific as he describes, I am very > optimistic that real time remote sensing resources, ” >

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