Global Warming Temperatures Over The Next Few 1000 Years

Global Warming Temperatures Over the Next Few Thousand Years? Global Warming: Recent studies have projected temperature increases of 2.7-3.5C by 2100 associated with the current Intended Nationally Determined Contributions of the parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Changnaturesnydere. However, the sobering reality is that the inertia of the climate system ensures that … Read more

Climate Justice March 2021

Climate Justice March 2021 - Climate Change

Climate Justice March Pakistan 8 Nov 2021 Climate Revolution, Not Pollution – Stop Fossil Fuel Energy – Start Renewable Energy Stop RUDA Project, Stop Destroying Environment Participants of Climate Justice March Address The Participants In Lahore, Pakistan. On the call of the Asian People’s Movement on Debt and Development, hundreds of climate activists participated in … Read more

What Is The Paris Climate Agreement

Paris Climate Agreement - Climate Change and Global Warming

What Is Paris Climate Agreement? Paris Climate Agreement: While numerous analyses are indicating that current National Determined Contributions (NDCs) made the Parties to the Paris Climate Agreement do not put the world on track to meet the treaty’s objectives of “holding the increase in the global average temperature to well below 2 °C above pre-industrial … Read more

Climate Change Issues – Latest Study 2021

Climate Change

The Issue Of Climate Change & Global Warming Attribution: Latest Study Climate Change & Global Warming: A couple of days ago there was a feisty exchange on Fox News between host Tucker Carlson and Bill Nye (“the Science Guy”). Carlson challenged Nye to establish that climatic changes are linked to anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions, and … Read more

What Is Climate Change and Global Warming In 2021

Climate Change and Global Warming

What is Climate Change and Global Warming 2021: Climate Change and Global Warming: In 1992, in Rio de Janeiro, the Ramokov Convention on Climate Change was signed by 160 countries. The adoption of this Convention is an unconditional recognition of the fact that climate change is a universal problem. Ambient temperature is one of the … Read more