Post Tagged with: "climate sensitivity"

Teaching Climate Change through Six Questions

August 12, 2014 3:47 pm5 comments
Teaching Climate Change through Six Questions

Given all the back and forth on climate change out there, it can be hard to know what to think. It’s also a complicated subject, so much of the information is distributed all over the place or in huge tomes. Below I’ve put together a fairly quick overview that I’ve […]

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How hot is it going to get and how fast? A chat with Scott Denning on climate sensitivity

July 30, 2014 5:09 pm0 comments
How hot is it going to get and how fast? A chat with Scott Denning on climate sensitivity

Climate sensitivity has become a regular topic of conversation in the Forum, and—as this layman has discovered—it is a central concept to understanding how the climate system works. Most importantly, through climate sensitivity you can get a scientist’s best answer to the million-dollar question of “How hot is it going to get?” […]

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ClimateDialogue about Climate Sensitivity

May 15, 2014 6:34 pm2 comments
ClimateDialogue about Climate Sensitivity

After a bit of “hiatus”, ClimateDialogue (CD) has re-opened again with a discussion on climate sensitivity. On one hand this site is unique in bringing together ‘mainstreamers’ and ‘contrarians’ (both in the organization and in the discussions), hopefully leading to both enhanced clarity on what the (dis)agreements are really about […]

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