TOPICS IN CLIMATE SCIENCE AND POLICY

Canada’s government declared a climate emergency in June 2019. 384 local jurisdictions across the country have declared a climate emergency as well. Internationally, 1,800 governments in 33 countries have done the same thing.

 

Yet none have done so in the parts of the world that are supposedly most at risk due to climate change, namely, in Africa and most of Asia. They understand that climate change is natural and current trends are anything but an emergency.

 

After all, the supposed global average temperature has risen only slightly more that one degree Celsius since 1880. Sea level continues its gradual rise at about 7 inches per century. Extreme weather records are being set less frequently and polar bears are thriving. Even if our leaders don’t understand this, developing nations know that they have far more significant issues to handle than climate change. 

POLICY

 

ECONOMICS

  • Cost of Decarbonization

  • Cost of Renewable Energy

  • Fossil Fuels

CLIMATE SCIENCE

NATURE

  • Polar Bears

  • Extinctions

  • Ocean Acidification and Coral Reefs

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