Wednesday, August 4, 2021
Home Climate411 Climate Sensitivity to CO2, what do we know? Part 1.

Climate Sensitivity to CO2, what do we know? Part 1.

-

By Andy May The IPCC claims, in their AR5 report, that ECS, the long-term temperature change due to doubling the atmospheric CO2 concentration or the “Equilibrium Climate Sensitivity,” likely lies…

- Advertisment -

Related Articles

How Climate Scenarios Lost Touch With Reality

A failure of self-correction in science has compromised climate science’s ability to provide plausible views of our collective future.

NASA Identifies Likely Locations of the Early Molten Moon’s Deep Secrets

Recently, a pair of NASA studies identified the most likely locations to find pieces of mantle on the surface, providing a map for future...

Boston Ties “Green” Jobs to the Pandemic and Future “Climate Shocks”

I’ve been an environmental professional for over 40 years and have yet to figure out what is a “green” job, unless it is one...