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Ethics and climate policy: John Dryzek and Clive Hamilton August 28, 2014 by jeremy schmidt 1 Comment About these ads Share this: Like this: Related Filed Under: Uncategorized « Animals, evolution & theology: Celia Deane-Drummond on the Wisdom of the Liminal Outside Territory – video recording of my 2012 Paris lecture » Comments dmf says: August 28, 2014 at 9:58 am Reply Leave a Reply Blog Archive Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Join 888 other followers Recent tweets @davidbent That would be great, actually! Return to top of page Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com. · The Minimum Theme. Follow Get every new post delivered to your Inbox. Powered by WordPress.com %d bloggers like this: 20Climate%20Change%20Vol1No1%20KCPF. Climate Change and Virtue: An Apologetic.
NOAAClimate : Sea surface temperatures are ... EN... SO? Forecasters at the Climate Prediction Center haven’t declared El Niño conditions, even though the Niño3.4 index is currently around 0.5°C above normal, and has been for the past two months.
What’s the hold up? In short, we’re waiting for the atmosphere to respond to the warmer sea-surface temperatures, and give us the “SO” part of ENSO. SO what? The Southern Oscillation, that’s what. IPCC - Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. U.N. climate panel: Governments, businesses need to take action now against growing risks. A U.N. report released Monday in Japan said global warming is affecting food and water shortages, economic livelihoods and raising the risk of wars.
(Reuters) The world’s leading environmental scientists told policymakers and business leaders Sunday that they must invest more to cope with climate change’s immediate effects and hedge against its most dire potential, even as they work to slow the emissions fueling global warming. The U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change said that climate change is already hurting the poor, wreaking havoc on the infrastructure of coastal cities, lowering crop yields, endangering various plant and animal species, and forcing many marine organisms to flee hundreds of miles to cooler waters.
But the Nobel Peace Prize-winning group said that climate change’s effects will grow more severe and that spending and planning are needed to guard against future costs, much as people insure themselves against possible accidents or health problems. Understanding the IPCC Reports. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is the world’s foremost collection of climate scientists.
Throughout 2013 and 2014, the group will release its Fifth Assessment Report in four installments, highlighting the current state of the climate system and climate change, its environmental and socio-economic impacts, and mitigation strategies that can limit emissions. Here, WRI provides ongoing analysis of this groundbreaking climate change research—and its potential implications on communities, the economy, and the environment. 12 Graphics that Contain Everything You Need to Know about Climate Change.
Climate change is real, it’s here and it will be affecting the planet for a long, long time.
That’s the lesson of the latest iteration of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change‘s state of climate science report, released in its entirety on January 30. Concentrations of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere have now touched 400 parts-per-million—and greenhouse gas pollution generally shows little sign of slowing.
In fact, pollution has outpaced even the worst-case scenario imagined by the IPCC as recently as 2007. The following charts and graphics explain what that might mean for you, your children and many generations to come. Book launch: Media and the Politics of Arctic Climate Change. Sea ice in broken sheets off the coast of Alaska in late April, 2005.
Flickr / U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Alaska Region. What is lost when the complexity of Arctic transformation is reduced to a few simple story-lines? Join us this Tuesday, 21 January, 12:00-14:00 at SEI HQ for a discussion with the authors. Carbon report puts SA in the hot seat. A new report on carbon emissions shows that only 90 international entities are responsible for two-thirds of all the greenhouse gas emissions in the past 250 years.
A few are either based in South Africa or have listings on Johannesburg stock exchange the JSE. The nongovernmental Climate Accountability Institute investigated which companies had extracted the carbon-based fuels that have driven climate change. According to its report, 90 international entities have emitted 914-billion tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent (every greenhouse gas is equated to carbon for easy calculating) in the past 259 years. The worst offenders are oil companies, with Chevron topping the list with 3.5% of all historical emissions.
Global Policy Journal - Practitioner, Academic, Global Governance, International Law, Economics, Security, Institutions, Comment & Opinion, Media, Events, Journal. Jamie Clarke - 26th November 2013 Jamie Clarke points out that it is people’s value, rather than scientific knowledge are heart of the climate change debate, especially to skepticism. psychological evidence is provided.
AAA Global Climate Change Taskforce. The Climate Disaster Bubbling in the Arctic. New research reveals that the amount of the potent greenhouse gas methane escaping from an area in the Arctic is over twice the amount previously estimated.
Warsaw climate talks – final day live blog. Fiona Harvey has listed the top football metaphors the Poles' choice of venue have wrought: One of the perils of holding a major international conference in a football stadium is that the assembled politicians and dignitaries see it as a prime opportunity to score some sports metaphors.
They don't get many such opportunities, given the dry nature of these long-running negotiations, so maybe they can be forgiven – but some of the comments were clearly own goals. Here's a selection of the finest:Donald Tusk, prime minister of Poland: "The match is won by the team. In order to win, players have to collaborate. "Christiana Figueres, UN's top climate official: "There are no two sides, but the whole of humanity. UN climate talks bogged down over CO2 cuts, aid, on last day. Delegates attend the Convention on Climate Change COP19 conference at the National Stadium in Warsaw on November 19, 2013. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel * Clear timetable to 2015 deal not expected * No major emissions goals set, funding not enough By Nina Chestney and Megan Rowling WARSAW, Nov 22 (Reuters) - Disputes over when rich and poor nations will set greenhouse gas targets and over climate aid to the developing world threatened to sink U.N. climate talks on the final day on Friday.
Negotiators from around 195 countries are working to lay the foundations for a new global climate accord that is due to be agreed in 2015 in Paris, and come into force after 2020, but few concrete steps have emerged from two weeks of talks in Warsaw. "The Warsaw talks, which should have been an important step forward ... are now on the verge of delivering virtually nothing," said China's lead climate negotiator Su Wei. Green groups walk out of UN climate talks. Environment and development groups together with young people, trade unions and social movements walked out of the UN climate talks on Thursday in protest at what they say is the slow speed and lack of ambition of the negotiations in Warsaw. Wearing T-shirts reading "Volverermos" (We will return), around 800 people from organisations including Greenpeace, WWF, Oxfam, 350.org, Friends of the Earth, the Confederation and ActionAid, handed back their registration badges to the UN and left Poland's national stadium, where the talks are being held.
"Movements representing people from every corner of the Earth have decided that the best use of our time is to voluntarily withdraw from the Warsaw climate talks. This will be the first time ever that there has been a mass withdrawal from a COP," said a WWF spokesman. "Warsaw, which should have been an important step in the just transition to a sustainable future, is on track to deliver virtually nothing. Rt. UN Climate Talks - COP19. This year's global climate talks (COP19) began under the shadow of Typhoon Haiyan which wreaked devastation in the Philippines.
The Philippines government has firmly connected the super typhoon with climate change, and have urged an end to the deadlock that has been haunting climate talks for a number of years. The results of the COP19 negotiations will shape the new global climate framework which is scheduled for 2015. At stake will be the lives and livelihoods of billions of people – the majority of who live in developing countries. A Song of Our Warming Planet. UN climate jargon buster: a guide to deciphering the Warsaw talks.
If you find acronyms and science confusing here’s a quick-reference list to help you – press CTRL-F and start searching By Louisa Casson and Jamie Peters. Interesting links: August – October 2013. I had high hopes of regular blogging when we started the journey of the Thuthuka-project. But the second part of the year got much more busy than I initially anticipated, and thus my postings on the blog dropped right off. But now the teaching term has come to an end, students are preparing for exams, and I have moments for deeper breathing and looking up to the expansive blue sky for thinking inspiration.
Why does climate change adaptation in Africa ignore politics? Great broadside from Matthew Lockwood. Naomi Klein: How science is telling us all to revolt. In December 2012, a pink-haired complex systems researcher named Brad Werner made his way through the throng of 24,000 earth and space scientists at the Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, held annually in San Francisco. This year’s conference had some big-name participants, from Ed Stone of Nasa’s Voyager project, explaining a new milestone on the path to interstellar space, to the film-maker James Cameron, discussing his adventures in deep-sea submersibles. Introducing the Eldis Climate Change Resource Guide.
Interesting links: July 2013. Coursera.org. This course explores the basic concepts and terms needed to understand the science of climate change, and the available mitigation, adaptation and policy options. By the end of the course, students will be able to: · Tell the story of our climate, describing how interactions among atmosphere, ocean, land, and life lead to climatic changes at all timescales. Climate change said affecting global spread of infectious diseases. ATHENS, Ga., Aug. 2 (UPI) -- Climate change affects the spread of infectious diseases worldwide with serious impacts to human health and biodiversity conservation, disease ecologists say. Climate change. FAO Climate Change and Bioenergy Glossary The core online database includes 212 records in English, Spanish, French, Italian, Chinese - with definitions and other fields (Arabic is currently under development). About 1220 additional records are accessible within the restricted workflow area. Transitions in practice. Infographic: What Climate Change Means for Africa and Asia.
iChange Video Competition - new deadline: May 15th. Putting the 400 ppm CO2 thing in perspective. Extreme Weather Swings From Record Drought To Flood May Be Sign Of Climate Change. Cool heads needed in Bonn for five-day talks on climate change - Environmental News. Home Page. Antarctic nematodes and climate change. 26 April 2013Last updated at 23:04 GMT By Jane O'Brien BBC News, Washington. Capturing Women's Voices on Climate Change Through Participatory Video. Amazon’s indigenous people already experiencing early effects of climate change. Interesting links 7 April 2013. Watch 62 Years of Global Warming in 13 Seconds. Climate change threatens food security of urban poor. James E. Hansen Retiring From NASA to Fight Global Warming.
An Error Occurred Setting Your User Cookie. Exploring Climate Change through Science and in Society: An anthology of Mike Hulme's essays, interviews and speeches. 3S%20WP%202012-15. Talking to the UN Security Council about Climate Change. Peter Gleick cleared of forging documents in Heartland expose. Science says: Cut that steak in half to keep the climate in check.
Trailers - SURVIVING PROGRESS. Climate code red: Science update. The verdict is in on climate change - latimes.com. Development - Pachakuti: Indigenous perspectives, buen vivir, sumaq kawsay and degrowth. Capitalism vs. the Climate. 12 heads of state to attend COP 17 talks. Check out the COPpuccino COP17 talks. News. ISS - Monograph 184: Carbon Trading in Africa, A Critical Review, Edited by Trusha Reddy. GDA comment: Rehad Desai. Democracy Now! Mobile. Broadcast Yourself. Patrick Bond, speaking at OccupyCOP17, 10th December 2011. n24. World. Is South Africa addicted to coal? What really happenend at Durban City Hall COP.
While COP17 hailed 'a success', SA slammed as mediator. Climate change conference in trouble as China rejects proposals for new treaty. Analyst Blasts U.S. Negotiator at Climate Talks: Warns of “Eco-Apartheid” Capitalism vs. the Climate. 20 World Cities Reflected in Water. Challenging climate apartheid. Open Data Resources for Climate Change. If carbon markets boom, who will benefit? Meet the trillion dollar club. Global Climate Change: NASA's Eyes on the Earth. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Greenpeace Climate Change Resources. 350.org. Journal home : Nature Climate Change.