Solutions to Climate Change
The level of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere is sky-rocketing. We must reduce this and the levels of other greenhouse gasses like methane. We are facing a climate emergency and need to act with the greatest urgency. The technology is ready. We can do this. See solutions to climate change.
Australia can become a renewable energy superpower.
The transition to a zero-carbon economy is a great opportunity for Australia – because we have exceptional renewable energy resources that we can readily harness. We can become a renewable energy superpower by responding fully and rapidly to the climate emergency. If we act now, we can have lower electricity prices, reliable electricity, reduced emissions, more jobs, and a more prosperous and secure future. … see Australia: a renewable energy superpower.
Scientific consensus on climate change
We do need to reduce emissions because we are experiencing “human-caused climate change”. The evidence is overwhelming. The scientific consensus is that humans have burned vast amounts of fossil fuel and forest, leading to:
. sky-rocketing carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere,
. global warming, and
. climate change.
Evidence of human-caused climate change
See what has happened to carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere – and to other key factors. Together they provide firm evidence that humans are causing the current climate change.
The orange line shows the movement of carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere over the last 400,000 years. The level has sky-rocketed during our industrial age. … See more e
Convergence: The Basis for Scientific Confidence
Scientists are certain that we are experiencing human-caused climate change because many independent lines of research converge on this conclusion. … See more on Convergence.
The dangers posed by climate change.
The critical danger: Amplifying feedbacks
The critical danger is that the current global warming could kick off a vicious cycle of escalating temperature, with warming causing more warming, and this warming causing more warming, and so on. … See more on the critical danger: amplifying feedbacks.
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Updated 13 April 2019