The 1st Issue of ClimateState
This entry is part 1 of 24 in the series ClimateState Issue 1





Climate Change a National Security Threat, Calls for Emissions Reductions[end-div]


Playing God with the Climate[end-div]



Humans Causing More Strong Hurricanes[end-div]




THE STORY of ClimateState begun to evolve during the Bush years when you could see that we were heading into the wrong direction. No progress for electric transport, no emission cuts and then after hurricane Katrina, i started to blog and self-education became a requirement.

In order to understand everything you had to put the puzzle pieces yourself together. The group of people who feels that the climate change we create is bad, seems to be the growing majority.

Still, the media does a horrible job to communicate science, often downplaying important findings, echoing denier talking points or even offering deniers to discuss the science with Scientists. Giving the impression that the other side has a sound argument (This image sums that up).

Professor Schellnhuber from the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, compared the treatment of earth atmosphere – to playing russian roulette, only with less bullet chambers. “What could possibly go wrong?”

The MIT put it this way, imagine we use a roulette wheel with a 90% probability range of 3.5 to 7.4 degrees – concluding “climate change odds much worse than thought”. And that was back in 2009 and we know today that many findings even underestimate impacts and rates of change or the fact that they did not account for Methane in their calculations.

The scope of ClimateState is to present an overview of the broad spectrum of climate research and the climate progress.

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Producer Chris Machens
Editor Ben Simon

Contributing Writers
Dana Nuccitelli / Skeptical Science
Rasmus Benestad / RealClimate
Ted Scambos / NSIDC
Carl Franzen / The Verge
Bill McGuire / UCL
Clive Hamilton / CAPPE

Mission Statement
ClimateState gathers knowledge about the broad spectrum of climate change and tries to help increase understanding and awareness about the threat of dangerous (unchecked) climate change. The scope is to encourage the fast paced deployment of solutions, i.e. carbon sequestration with Biochar and a Carbon/Co2 fee.


Background image “Ocean” by Andrey Kuzmin[end-div]

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