Monthly Archives: January 2015

Interesting NYT article about US climate change poll

In a previous post I was critical of how a Pew poll about climate change has been interpreted: As a voter, the key reason that I personally would choose between political candidates would be according to how well, in my … Continue reading

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INDCs

Prior to COP 19 in Paris, each country has been asked to share their climate change plans. The UN has set-up a site to receive these plans, where it will also be possible to view these plans.

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Burning Question commentary from 538

Here is a link to an article about how much fossil fuels we need to leave in the ground to beat climate change, by site 538. It is based on a paper release today in Nature magazine.

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