Saturday, February 03, 2007

What the (uk) papers say...about the IPCC WG1 SPM

I took a look at the UK papers and this is what i found:

In the UK the argument is officially over. Climate change is happening, we are the cause, lets deal with it. No exceptions.

It's been on the way for a while, glad we are finally here.

We have to get working on soloutions now, how can people take this information and easily integrate it into there lives?

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At 4:48 AM, Blogger Chris said...

Here in Australia the scientific community largely agrees with the IPCC report but national government fears the economic impact of taking any significant action to change our polluting habits. To me there are two serious impediments to introducing radical anywhere:
1. the Westminster system of elected government may constrain initiatives to 'too little and too late'
2. at a personal level there is too great a disconnect between radical lifestyle changes and any benefits to the environment. A personal carbon allocation system seems the best hope here but there are some substantial philosophical hurdles to negotiate first.

At 10:09 PM, Blogger leftdog said...

You understand now that progressive Canadians are quite embarrassed by what the Fraser Institute is going to do in London tomorrow.

We are further embarrassed that our Conservative Prime Minister recently talked to the media concerning what he called 'so called green house gases'.

The global community can assist us by raising their voices, as you are going to do, in challenge to the denials of the Fraser Institute.

At 12:56 PM, Blogger HL said...

Well for the US this article just about sums it up:

Research Reveals Fool's Paradise


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