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Herald Sun – February 19, 2007
This article is based on an interview with Susan Solomon of US NOAA. Susan was a member of the IPCC that issued the report in Paris on climate change.
The article is short on new facts. It is basically Susan’s enthusiasm at the reception of the news issued by the IPCC. Thankfully, she allows people to not fully understand the issues, citing that it is complicated and “You can’t see it, you can’t smell it, you can’t taste it.” But then she also say that the evidence is unequivocal (which this blog is trying to refute).
animals, IPCC, NOAA
Evidence of climate change is now unequivocal
It is complicated. You can’t see it, you can’t smell it, you can’t taste it.
We are forcing the climate system in a new way, outstripping the sun
Overall there are more warm nights and fewer cold ones, a change that affects crops and animals as well as people.
It requires you to think beyond your own backyard