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The infographic beautifully illustrates the changes in Earth's average temperature from 20,000 BCE to 2016, and projects the future temperature change by 2100 BCE. Spoiler alert: the warming trend doesn't look good. The original infographic is here. The complete image can be viewed by clicking on it. It's long!

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Although this infographic implies that there is one carbon budget, the fact is that there are several budgets depending upon the...

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This paper by urban strategist Jeb Brugmann is one of three documents arising from the “Building Climate Resilience in Cities” workshop series. It explains one of the core concepts developed through our workshop series. This new strategic planning framework, called a “Resilience Zone” is introduced and explored through a four-stage development process.

Building Resilient Cities (PDF)

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Some years ago, a woman called me a racist when I remarked that population was a critical factor in global warming. She assuming that I was attacking the populations of developing countries, whereas I was trying to make the point that it was the developed countries that were contributing the most to the problem. The following is from a review in http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/17332183-countdown

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