Causes and Effects of Climate Change Essay.
Peter Lee’s essay on the ethics of climate change policy is to be warmly wel-comed as a substantial contribution to a debate that proponents of the IPCC scientific consensus appear to wish to close down. My own interest in the scientific and ethical issues surrounding climate change (whatever one means by that deceptively simple phrase) arose.
Public disputes that also reflect scientific debate include estimates of how responsive the climate system might be to any given level of greenhouse gases (climate sensitivity), how the climate will change at local and regional scales, and what the consequences of global warming will be.
This essay, Climate Change and what the project profession should be doing about it: a UK perspective by Professor Peter Morris, provides an initial scoping of where and how project management as a profession might address the implications and consequences of climate change.
Climate Debate Daily is intended to deepen our understanding of disputes over climate change and the human contribution to it. The site links to scientific articles, news stories, economic studies, polemics, historical articles, PR releases, editorials, feature commentaries, and blog entries.
Global warming is the term used to describe a gradual increase in the average temperature of the Earth's atmosphere and its oceans, a change that is believed to be permanently changing the Earth.
Climate change is the change of global temperatures due to the high levels of carbon-dioxide and other destructive gases being released into the atmosphere, warming the earth causing a devastating impact on the ecosystem.
Historical Overview of Climate Change Science Chapter 1 Frequently Asked Question 1.1 What Factors Determine Earth’s Climate? The climate system is a complex, interactive system consisting of the atmosphere, land surface, snow and ice, oceans and other bodies of water, and living things. The atmospheric component of.