Tag Archives: Millar et al.

The Paris climate targets

I’m currently in Oxford for a meeting and, having spent most of the train ride working on a book chapter I’m writing, I thought I would now spend some time writing a quick post about the recent Schurer et al. … Continue reading

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A bit more about carbon budgets

I’ve been mostly at home today since we had a power cut at work and the site ended up being closed. So, I thought I would post a few more thoughts about the Millar et al. 1.5oC carbon budget paper. … Continue reading

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Climateball, GWPF style

I came across a Global Warming Policy Forum (GWPF) post called climate scientists shoot the messenger. That it’s from the Forum, rather than the Foundation, may be relevant. It discusses the recent Millar et al. paper (that I discussed here … Continue reading

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Own goal

I thought I might comment a bit further on the recent Millar et al. paper, [e]mission budgets and pathways consistent with limiting warming to 1.5 °C, that I discussed in this post. I’ve found the whole public dialogue about this paper … Continue reading

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