China’s stated CO2 figures are inconsistent – by a lot:
There’s a gap the size of Japan in China’s declared carbon emissions.
When researchers added up the emissions declared by each of the 30 provinces in 2010, they found the total was greater than what the country declared as a whole – by the equivalent of 1.4 billion . . . → Read More: China’s CO2 three-card monte
So, one might ask oneself, just how urgent is our climate change situation? Surely it’s not, you know, time to panic or
Global Warming Close to Becoming Irreversible: Scientific American:
The world is close to reaching tipping points that will make it irreversibly hotter, making this decade critical in efforts to contain global warming, scientists warned on . . . → Read More: Simply irreversible