So, what do we do now that we know we are probably screwed?

Ocean City, MD, USA. Facing rapid sea level rise.

“The IPCC report demonstrates that it is still possible to keep the climate relatively safe, provided we muster an unprecedented level of cooperation, extraordinary speed, and heroic scale of action.”
— Mario Molina. 2018. IPCC Nobel Laureate

Science does not blink. The special report issued by the IPCC in October 2018 is unequivocal in its warnings. We are…

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Environmental scientist and educator; forest and climate change ecologist.

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Environmental scientist and educator; forest and climate change ecologist.

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