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December 31, 2018
Happy New Year to all our readers, viewers, followers and subscribers and the supporters! 2019 is here, a new chapter starts, records are reset for the new year, and we can compare them with the past.
2018 was again an exiting year for climate change, many will remember the Hothouse study, which looked at climate from a new vintage point, based on planetary boundary conditions. Another increasingly accepted opinion among leading researchers is to factor climate and policy more in a risk assessment framework, rather than based on a carbon budget, outlined in detail in this report. Another conclusion from a United Nations report, the need for drastic change, within a few years. There were many more reports, studies, conclusions, another surprise, the decline among insects.
Meanwhile the trends keep trending, the extremes become more extreme, the impacts more profound, manifestation of a new climate state. A climate that is hostile to our and most of the other life forms on the planet we call Earth. Climate predictions made 30 years ago.
Covering the climate for Climate State since 2011. Peter Sinclair noted in 2017, "Climate State has been doing an absolutely amazing job of providing a useful historical archive of important experts warning on climate issues through past decades."
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