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“To stay below 2 °C of warming, the world must become carbon negative.”

Originally posted on Azimuth:
guest post by Steve Easterbrook (7) To stay below 2 °C of warming, the world must become carbon negative. Only one of the four future scenarios (RCP2.6) shows us staying below the UN’s commitment to no…

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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 … Continue reading

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Climate Change: The State of the Science, 2013, IPCC

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