The Thames Barrier has saved London – but is it time for TB2?

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Its increasing deployment trend compares well with that of PAL’s correlation of extreme weather-related disasters and global warming – another evidence-based validation of PAL’s algorithm-based predictability. The Thames Barrier has saved London – but is it time for TB2? was last modified: June 29th, 2018 by Bruce Menzies

The Thames Barrier has saved London – but is it time for TB2? was last modified: June 29th, 2018 by Bruce Menzies
economic growth and climate change - real GDP tipping point plotted against time.

Our on-going ‘business-as-usual’ CO2 emissions will collapse the global economy by mid century – we must reduce them much faster or we’ll become ‘boiled frogs’

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Boiled frog syndrome is when you think nothing much is wrong until suddenly you realise it’s too late and you have run out of time to prevent catastrophe. The boiled frog fable imagines that a frog dropped into boiling water will jump out immediately. However, if the frog is immersed in tepid water that is then slowly heated, the frog gets […]

Our on-going ‘business-as-usual’ CO2 emissions will collapse the global economy by mid century – we must reduce them much faster or we’ll become ‘boiled frogs’ was last modified: October 22nd, 2018 by Bruce Menzies

A financial comparison of climate change impacts at 1.5C and 2C

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An article caught my eye recently: Scientists compare climate change impacts at 1.5C and 2C by Carbon Brief. We have some insight into the interconnectedness of extreme weather events and climate change, so we decided to take a look at the effect a 1.5°C at 2°C world might have on the expected financial loss and damage arising from extreme weather […]

A financial comparison of climate change impacts at 1.5C and 2C was last modified: August 19th, 2018 by Edward Coe