Climate doomism helps absolutely no one. Here two experts respond to common arguments put forward by those with a fatalistic outlook of the future. Yes you should be outraged, but there's hope too.
Arne Storrønningen".. propagating frightening environmental narratives “leads people down a path of despair and hopelessness and finally inaction, which actually leads us to the same place as outright climate-change denialism.” Quote : @MichaelEMann (@guardian 2019)
Money talks. That’s perhaps the most important thing Blair Palese has learned during 30 years as an environmental campaigner and writer.In her last role, founding and heading the Australian operation of 350.org, and her current endeavour as climate...
Arne Storrønningen"No less than the future of the planet hinges on this presidential election, says @MichaelEMann
a prominent climate scientist whose research has helped inform the U.N.’s landmark reports on climate change."
Governments are not doing enough to prevent rapid rebound, says agency’s report
Arne Storrønningen“The world is far from doing enough to put [emissions] into a structural decline”...“We expect that global emissions will bounce back with the rebound of the economy if no large shifts in government policies take place." @IEABirol@IEA@CarbonBrief @350