Thursday, 4 October 2012

The Political Economy of Climate Change (1)

If you are not yet worried about climate change, then it's time to start. According to Michal E. Mann, director of the Earth System Science Center at Penn State University:

"There are a number of areas where in fact climate change seems to

be proceeding faster and with a greater magnitude than what the models predicted," Mann told AFP.

"The sea ice decline is perhaps the most profound of those cautionary tales because the models have basically predicted that we shouldn't see what we're seeing now for several decades," he added. See more at:

and for a discussion of whether the artic ice melt constitutes a tipping point in global warming see: 

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