Tag Archives: Extreme events

A few thoughts

I’m finishing teaching on one course, and starting on another, so it’s been a pretty hectic week, and I haven’t really had a chance to write anything. Before I do the (hopefully) final part of my drawing down atmospheric CO2 … Continue reading

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Why do people give Junior such a hard time?

Roger Pielke Jr seems to receive quite a lot of criticism from some quarters for what he chooses to say about climate change, in particular the role of climate change in exacerbating (or not) damage and losses due to extreme … Continue reading

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The power of data

I watched, for my sins, a new Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF) video called Extreme Weather Events & Global Warming: How Good Is The Evidence? To be fair, it was more balanced than I had expected but really just seemed … Continue reading

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