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Elizabeth Kolbert
I am a New Yorker staff writer and author of Field Notes from a Catastrophe and The Sixth Extinction.
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Something new under the sun: Icelandic memorial warns future: ‘Only you know if we saved glaciers’
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Stefan Rahmstorf 14h
Scientists are planning to install a memorial to the first glacier in Iceland destroyed by climate change
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Carbon Brief Jul 10
Analysis: How well have climate models projected global warming? |
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Elizabeth Kolbert Jul 4
Replying to @TroyHCampbell
Enjoyed the piece!
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Alexander Radtke Jun 30
Thanks to suggestions from and here are for the new SSP scenarios showing the global warming from 1900->today and beyond depending on how decisive we act. More soon on
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Elizabeth Kolbert Jun 23
Was wondering how long this would take...
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Elizabeth Kolbert Jun 15
Replying to @xriskology
I don’t have a good answer for you. Obviously there was a lot written in that period on the biodiversity crisis. Also a lot of debate about the impact hypothesis and the validity of the whole concept of mass extinction.
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Jeff Goodell Jun 14
The World’s Most Insane Energy Project Moves Ahead
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Yale Environment 360 Jun 12
Jay Inslee, the two-term governor of Washington state, launched his presidential campaign in March at a solar panel installation company in Seattle. Read our interview with the “climate change candidate.”
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Elizabeth Kolbert Jun 11
Replying to @lidiajeankott
Send me a DM, ok?
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Elizabeth Kolbert Jun 11
Replying to @ArthurKlausner
Indeed!
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Elizabeth Kolbert Jun 11
Today’s visitor, just a bit late for
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Peter Gleick Jun 5
Because where can we go to kill all our animals, birds, and fish if not in the nation's wildlife "refuges?"
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Bill McKibben Jun 5
Single most important stat on the planet: CO2 rose 3.5 parts per million last year, 2nd-highest annual rise on record. This is legit scary
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Caty Enders Jun 4
A nice follow-up on the devastating study out from Science last week. "About two-thirds of those rollbacks have happened since 2000 ... in order to permit industrial-scale resource extraction or infrastructure projects such as roads, dams, and pipelines."
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Charles Homans Jun 4
"These are measurements of the real atmosphere. They do not depend on any models, but they help us verify climate model projections, which if anything, have underestimated the rapid pace of climate change being observed."
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Elizabeth Kolbert May 30
what could possibly go wrong?
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BulletinOfTheAtomic May 28
The Trump administration is engaged in an anti-science effort to defang US climate reporting by attempting to limit the time frame of government climate projections.
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Carbon Brief May 28
Analysis: Children must emit eight times less CO2 than grandparents under 1.5C limit |
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Dan Balz May 23
He always brings them up.” Trump tries to steer border wall deal to North Dakota firm, upending staid government process and alarming government officials. & strike again
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