Henry S. Cole, Ph.D. Publisher Ekos-Squared]]>
Henry S. Cole, Ph.D. Publisher Ekos-Squared: http://ecosquared.wordpress.com]]>
Science has always trumped denial in the long run (eg. cigarettes, ozone depletion, acid rain, etc.)
The problem I see is that it may be too late when considering climate change. When our policymakers finally admit that there is a huge crisis and subsequently put a real price on carbon while promoting renewables, will it already be too late? We are on target for 4C warming by 2100 assuming countries actually follow their proposed emission standards. 4C is catastrophic and yet scientists keep doing their science and speaking “clinically” about climate change while politicans keep “greenwashing” the topic. We need more Dr. James Hansons – the Paul Revere of climate change.
It won’t be too long before the “heat in the pipeline” causes an unstoppable sea level rise. All the legislation in the world cannot stop the sea once the ice melt passes the tipping point.]]>