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    • The answer lies after 2050, probably not before
      David Hone

      The answer lies after 2050, probably not before

      The global energy system works on timescales of decades rather years. When considering the changes required in managing the climate issue, the short to medium term takes us to 2050 and the long term is 2100! As such, drawing long term conclusions based on a 2050 outlook raises validity issues. David Hone A new Letter published in Nature (and reported on here) discusses the long term use of fossil fuels, further exploring the notion that certain... Continue Reading...

    • Dr. Nielsen-Gammon's presentation on CCNF well received at AGU Fall Meeting
      Michael Quirke

      Dr. Nielsen-Gammon's presentation on CCNF well received at AGU Fall Meeting

      Earlier photo of Dr. John Nielsen-Gammon presenting at UH. Credit: University of Houston It was a great honor for Dr. John Nielsen-Gammon to present on CCNF in the oral session on 'Climate Literacy: Culture of Science and Broader Impacts Done Well I' at the recent American Geophysical Union's annual Fall Meeting. The session was chaired by scientist-educators from the NASA Langley Research Center, Paleontological Research Institution, and a collection of universities and his fellow co-presenters at the session came from the National Science Foundation,... Continue Reading...

    • CCNF Columnist-members elect new board for 2015
      Michael Quirke

      CCNF Columnist-members elect new board for 2015

      On the third day of the AGU Fall Meeting in San Francisco – December 17, 2014 – CCNF's voting-members gathered together (some virtually) at an apartment a few blocks away from the Moscone Center and conducted CCNF's annual Members' Meeting for 2014 and elected a new board for 2015! Here's a quick introduction to the new leadership of CCNF.   Dr. John Nielsen-Gammon Dr. John Nielsen-Gammon is the Regents Professor of the Department of Atmospheric Sciences at Texas A&M University and serves as the Texas State Climatologist, having... Continue Reading...

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