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Ist ja schon absurd, schlägt bei vor, bis 2030 50% weniger zu emmittieren. Das Europäi…
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7 days ago by springfeld
Adding 1 billion hectares of forest could help check global warming | Science | AAAS
The latest report from the United Nations’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change recommended adding 1 billion hectares of forests to help limit global warming to 1.5° C by 2050. Ecologists Jean-Francois Bastin and Tom Crowther of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich and their co-authors wanted to figure out whether today’s Earth could support that many extra trees, and where they might all go.
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7 days ago by suitable
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To understand past climates, ice cores provide a high-resolution record of key climate variables that span the period in which homo sapiens appeared and human civilization developed.  Aside from the high-precision CO2 measurements that Charles David Keeling started at the South Pole in 1957 and the Mauna Loa Observatory in 1958, ice cores are the best source of atmospheric CO2 data for the prior 1 million years.
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11 days ago by Marcellus
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44 per cent of the Emissions Reduction Target promised at Paris would be met by "energy productivity"
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12 days ago by grantyoung
Tree planting 'has mind-blowing potential' to tackle climate crisis | Environment | The Guardian
I thought restoration would be in the top 10, but it is overwhelmingly more powerful than all of the other climate change solutions proposed.
reforestation  climate  crisis  carbon  sinks  CO2  trees  restoration  forests 
12 days ago by KMP
Alarming new study makes today’s climate change more comparable to Earth’s worst mass extinction
Climate and CO2 have changed hand-in-hand through most of geological time. Mostly these changes happened slowly enough that the long-term feedbacks of Earth’s climate system had time to process them. This was true during the orbitally-induced glacial-interglacial cycles in the ice ages. In warmer interglacials, more intense insolation in northern hemisphere summers led to warmer oceans which were in equilibrium with slightly more CO2 in the atmosphere by adjusting their carbonate levels. In glacial times with less intense northern hemisphere summer insolation, the cooler oceans dissolved more CO2, and carbonate levels adjusted accordingly. The changes occurred over gentle timescales of tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands of years – plenty slow enough for slow feedbacks like the deep oceans and ice sheets to keep pace.
geology  paleontology  extinction  permian  global_warming  CO2  Science  climate_change  grade_A  grade_AA 
15 days ago by Marcellus

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