It’s Feeling a Little Warm in Here

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by Josh Sawislak, CUES Professional Affiliate
via C2ES – the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions

Both climate mitigation and climate adaptation (resilience) must be achieved for all of us to prosper and for many of us to just survive.

In the 2004 Sci-Fi disaster film The Day After Tomorrow, anthropogenic (human-caused) climate change triggers a global catastrophe whose scale and speed reflect Hollywood’s desire for a good show a little more than the scientific goal of accuracy. The sensational movie visual of a massive tsunami crashing over the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor is much more memorable than the scientific terms we often hear from the UN’s International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) – a collection of hundreds of leading scientists from across the globe – and other scientific bodies. READ MORE