Post Profile






Ask a climate scientist: even if we reverse climate change, what damage can we expect?

How do you prove climate change is a fact? And if it is, what damage can we expect? It’s a thoughtful and fascinating round of climate science questions today. Got a question about climate science? These next few weeks at Rooted we’re running the Ask a climate scientist series. Keep the questions coming as well, by either [...]
read more

share

Related Posts


New science reveals agriculture’s true climate impact

Issues & Causes / Environmentalism : Grist (3 years ago)

By Tom Laskawy Scientists can finally proves that overuse of fertilizer in industrial farming is a major cause of climate change. But whether or not this will make it possible to hold Big Ag accountable is another question.

Scientists: Extinctions Just as Damaging as Climate Change

Issues & Causes / Environmentalism : Blue Marble (3 years ago)

Amazon rainforest: Phil P Harris via Wikimedia Commons. A new paper in the prestigious science journal Nature assesses one of the big questions in ecology today: How do species extinctions rack up compared to other global change iss...

Ask a climate scientist: what’s a prominent example of non-anthropogenic global warming?

Issues & Causes / Environmentalism : Rooted (4 years ago)

And so begins Rooted's "Ask a climate scientist" series. Over 20 questions were sent in by Crikey readers, which will all be answered over the coming weeks. If you have any others, just let us know. These answers are flying in to my...

This geoengineering scheme could halt climate change — but it’s probably a terrible idea

Issues & Causes / Environmentalism : Grist (32 minutes ago)

Scientist Ken Caldeira explains.

Ask a climate scientist: the Tamas edition

Issues & Causes / Environmentalism : Rooted (4 years ago)

Got a question about climate science? These next few weeks at Rooted we're running the Ask a Climate Scientist series, writes Amber Jamieson.

Comments



Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC