CLIMATE SCIENTIST EXPLAINS THE AIRBORNE FRACTION

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THIS POST IS A CRITICAL REVIEW OF A LECTURE ON CARBON BUDGETS FOR THE CLIMATE ACTION OF REDUCING AND ELIMINATING FOSSIL FUEL EMISSIONS SO THAT HUMANS CAN CONTROL THE CLIMATE AND SAVE THE PLANET. LINK TO SOURCE: https://futureoflife.org/2019/10/29/not-cool-ep-18-glen-peters-on-the-carbon-budget-and-global-carbon-emissions/

The trouble with negative emissions | Science

PART-1: WHAT CLIMATE SCIENTIST DR. GLEN PETERS SAYS

GLEN PETERS, CLIMATE SCIENTIST, AND CARBON BUDGET EXPERT. Topic: We’ll learn what the carbon budget is and why it’s hard to calculate, why some causes of carbon emissions are harder to address than others, how the phrase “carbon footprint” is so often misused and why it’s also hard to calculate, how responsibility for emissions is attributed to different countries. Glen Peters is a Research Director at the CICERO, the Center for International Climate Research in Oslo. Most of his research is on past, current, and future trends in energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. He studies human drivers of global change

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