Enough With The Fat Climate Change Reports Already – Yahoo Finance

We hear from everybody, all the time, about climate change — news media, national scientific academies, activist groups, companies. Everybody except the very entity that the UN and its member countries anointed to tell us what’s actually going on. Not only would it be nice to have an authoritative science body that’s more responsive, it’s more important than ever. The world is running out of time to address climate change, the scientists tell us. At the rate we’re going, we’ll burn through the chance of a safe, sustainable future by the 2040s. Hire Web Developers A nimbler, webbier presentation would clarify what things are known very well (CO2 traps heat) and what things aren’t known very well at all (how cloud patterns may or may not change in a warmer, wetter world). They could even have clickable buttons at the top of a refurbished http://www.ipcc.ch that say Things That Are Known Very Well and Things That Aren’t Known Very Well at All. There’s now a cottage industry of websites that explain the main aspects of climate change, from governments (NASA or NOAA), nonprofits (Climate Central) and individuals (Skeptical Science). Researchers at Yale, Columbia, George Mason and elsewhere have learned a lot about effective and ineffective ways to inform people that the world is heating up. It’s easier than ever to find scientific speech translated into human speech.
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