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The Last Generation How Nature Will Take Her Revenge for Climate Change Free download ¹ 0 ✓ Fred Pearce has been writing about climate change for eighteen years and the he learns the worse things look Where once scientists were concerned about gradual climate change now and of them fear we Beyond which there is no redemptionAs Pearce began working on this book normally cautious scientists beat a path to his door to tell him about their fears and their latest findings With Speed and Violence tells the stories of these scientists and their work from the implications of melting permafrost in Siberia and the huge river systems of meltwater beneath the icecaps of Greenland and Antarctica to the effects o. 6618 the linked article reminded of Pearce's reporting Fly finding at Greenland Ice SheethttpswwwsciencedailycomreleasesVery informative In the years since reading it I have seen an increasing number of scientific articles verifying Pearce's research and predictions

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F the ocean conveyor and a rare molecule that runs virtually the entire cleanup system for the planet Above all the scientists told him what they're now learning about the speed and violence of past natural climate change and what it portends for our future With Speed and Violence is the most up to date and readable book yet about the growing evidence for global warming and the large climatic effects it may unleas. 2004 this book identifies many of the triggers and processes scientific debates and catastrophic events up to that point which was the strong indication that our industrial wastes were toxic to the environment and billions of people all using resources than the earth could provide were driving the climate to tipping points which if the historical record is any indication could come with speed and violence The uestion was not really if but when and now sixteen years later I think it’s ever clear that that tipping point is now Good book for readers interested in solid science related approach Gives a good explanation of debate between the Arctic vs Tropical drivers of climate change as well as northern vs Southern Hemisphere which will be the driver of events

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The Last Generation How Nature Will Take Her Revenge for Climate ChangeFred Pearce has been writing about climate change for eighteen years and the he learns the worse things look Where once scientists were concerned about gradual climate change now and of them fear we will soon be dealing with abrupt change resulting from triggering hidden tipping points Even President Bush's top climate modeler Jim Hansen warned in 2005 that we are on the precipice of climate system tipping points. I held off reviewing With Speed and Violence until I had finished Six Degrees I believed that both told different sides of the climate issue and I was correct Speed and violence discusses tipping points Tipping points are events that once started will cause a cascade of other events that are related Think of a tipping point as a dense fog on a highway Suddenly you are immersed in a pea soup and can't see If you hit your breaks the guy behind you hits your rear so you drive on until you run into some one else rear end Now you also get rear ended and so on Tipping points work like that One climate point starts to cascade or stop and other tipping points kick in leading to an avalanche of climatic change These points are many methane clathrates the shutting down of the Atlantic Conveyor El Nino and La Nina events drought in the Basin etc Each tipping point is scary enough but it's affect on other tipping points drives the planet into uncontrollable warming At this point Six Degrees takes over Six Degrees talks about what the world looks like at 0ne through six degrees of warming A note here Six Degrees was written in 2007 In 2016 the planet according to the British Metrological Service and The National Snow And Ice Data Center earth has already warmed 16 C since 1990 We only have4 C before we cross the 2 degrees C threshold that Kyoto and Paris have tried to get us to stop at Two degrees life is hard but mostly around the world uite livable AS we go past two degrees the world becomes and inhospitable Understanding what tipping points we have crossed bleached coral stronger El Nino and La Nina ocean PH dropping by1 from 82 to 81 and what tipping points are yet to be crossed is the NUMBER ONE ISSUE WE FACE as Hominids To survive as Hominids we need to cut back on our carbon usage All of us today will most likely see two degrees It will be hit sometime between 2020 and 2025 See Met estimates of warming Will I see three degrees probably as 2030 to 2040 is when we cross that threshold Will some remnant of humanity survive a six degree warmer world Yes Will it be my Avigale I don't know I want to leave her a world that is livable so it's time for every one to wake up The coffee is already burned