Climate Changes Updates 14-16 February 2014
1. John Kerry warns climate change poses threat greater than ‘WMDs’
- President Xi tells John Kerry China “will do more” on climate
- UK floods prove case for UN climate deal, says Ed Davey
- UK floods: 10 ‘must read’ articles on climate, science and resilience
- Obama announces $1 billion climate resilience fund
- Surging emissions lead South Korea to query climate targets
7. Santa’s revenge: new evidence supports link between climate change, severe weather
8. Hoosier to play key role in regulating climate change
9. Ed Miliband: ‘Britain is sleepwalking to a climate crisis’
10. Bill Nye tries to prove climate change exists. Yes, seriously.
11. Climate change: time for the sceptics to put up or shut up
12. How can we improve the governance around climate change?
13. ‘Extreme weather’ no longer is rare
14. John Kerry mocks climate change deniers in Indonesia speech
15. U.S., China pledge cooperation on climate change
16. John Kerry calls climate change world’s ‘most fearsome’ destructive weapon; mocks deniers
17. Weather: PM ‘failing to tackle climate change’
18. Fox News Discusses Climate Change. Insanity Ensues.
19. Methane, friend and foe for climate change
20. Obama administration vows more action on climate change sparking debate
21. Winter storms spur climate change debate once again
1 thought on “How can we improve the governance around climate change?”
Your first question is who knows’?The anewsr is: Anyone who can read should know the knowledge has been with us for over 100 years. But as to who actually knows I would have to say people who have had access to a basic education (and the internet is only a peripheral part of education).There are a lot of different terms but that is because there are a lot of different factors. The planet’s climate is hugely complex it is only logical that there will be many different factors.That said, anything that enhances knowledge and understanding is a good thing. You might want to start with the basics such as weather’ versus climate’, natural climatic cycles versus anthropogenic rapid climate change, basic statistics including noise’ and outlier’, etc these are common areas of misconception