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16 mei 2013

400 ppm CO2: hardleerse mens sloopt biosfeer

What Will It Take for Us to Recognize That the Way We Live Could Be Destroying Life as We Know It?
Door Mary Kapan, AlterNet, 14 mei 2013

CO2 is at a level not seen in millions of years - if this happened in science fiction, the planet would pay attention.

Zie ook (deels later toegevoegd):

Planet likely to warm by 4C by 2100, scientists warn
Door Damian Carrington, The Guardian, 31 december 2013

Klimaatoptimisme raakt op in 2013
Trouw, 25 december 2013

Hansen Study: Climate Sensitivity Is High, Burning All Fossil Fuels Would Make Most Of Planet ‘Uninhabitable’
Door Joe Romm, Climate Progress, 17 september 2013

James Hansen: ‘Klimaat kan wel twintig graden warmer worden’
DuurzaamNieuws.nl, 22 september 2013

Most Comprehensive Paleoclimate Reconstruction Confirms Hockey Stick
Door Stefan Rahmstorf, Scilogs / Climate Progress, 8 juli 2013

Study: Global Warming Has Increased Australia’s Chances Of Extreme Summers Five-Fold
Door Jeff Spross, 8 juli 2013

NASA-wetenschappers gealarmeerd door CO2-record
Trouw, 23 mei 2013

Life on Earth under threat from CO2 levels, say scientists
Door Steve Connor, The Independent, 12 mei 2013

Climate change 'will make hundreds of millions homeless'
Door Robin McKie, The Guardian, 12 mei 2013

32 miljoen mensen [nu al] op de vlucht voor klimaat
Trouw, 15 mei 2013

Climate Sensitivity Stunner: Last Time CO2 Levels Hit 400 Parts Per Million The Arctic Was 14°F [7,8°C] Warmer!
Door Joe Romm, Climate Progress, 12 mei 2013

The Consensus Project
The University of Queensland, Skeptical Science, Global Change Institute

The Consensus Project measured the level of consensus in published, peer-reviewed climate research that humans are causing global warming. In the most comprehensive analysis to date, we analysed 21 years worth of peer-reviewed papers on “global warming” or “global climate change”. Among the 12,465 papers, we identified over 4,014 abstracts authored by 10,188 scientists that stated a position on human-caused global warming. Among those 4,014 abstracts, 97.1% endorse the consensus. Among the 10,188 scientists, 98.4% endorse the consensus.

Scientific Consensus on Global Warming
Union of Concerned Scientists

Scientific societies and scientists have released statements and studies showing the growing consensus on climate change science. A common objection to taking action to reduce our heat-trapping emissions has been uncertainty within the scientific community on whether or not global warming is happening and if it is caused by humans. However, there is now an overwhelming scientific consensus that global warming is indeed happening and humans are contributing to it.


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De opwarmende aarde als kosmische Titanic
Somberste voorspellingen opwarming aarde kloppen waarschijnlijk
'De hel is de waarheid te laat ingezien'
Nederland slechtste van EU qua klimaatverandering

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