Ecological Discontinuity and Climate Science

The extreme weather events of recent years indicate that a fundamental shift has occurred: the age of continuous ecological change is over, and the age of ecological discontinuity has begun. Climate science must respond by shifting as well. However, the IPCC’s latest Mitigation report fails to adopt this approach.

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Geoengineering: the Arguments

Geoengineering the Arguments

There are no valid arguments against geoengineering in principle – our survival depends on it. Valid concerns do exist, but these establish the conditions for its implementation.

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Geoengineering: the Facts

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Emissions reductions can slow and eventually stop global warming, but only geoengineering methods can reverse it by restoring the Earth’s energy balance.

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The Point of No Return

The Point of No Return

A tipping point is reached when environmental damage escalates rapidly; a point of no return is reached when human agency can no longer reverse the escalating damage.

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The Emissions Fallacy

The Emissions Fallacy

Although climate and ocean damage is caused by unsafe GHG concentrations, “climate action” is focused on emissions – the increases to these concentrations. This is illogical.

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