Neil Leary on April 19th, 2013

By Neil Leary Bill McKibben, in his role as a ‘professional bummer-outer’, began his public lecture at Dickinson College by first speaking about the bad stuff, “the valley” – what we are doing to the atmosphere, the climate and the oceans, the changes they are making in the world around us, and the risks those […]

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Neil Leary on February 17th, 2010

A frequent refrain of many who dispute evidence of human caused climate change is that the climate stopped warming in the late 1990s. Some even assert that the planet is now cooling and that this disproves the mainstream scientific view that, by increasing the concentrations of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, humans are warming the […]

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Poor countries want more funding for adaptation, ambitious commitments to cut GHG emissions sharply, and a limit of .15 degree C warming relative to preindustrial climate.

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