| White House memos: see PDFs below | "Did We Just Blow Our Last Best Chance to Tackle Climate Change?", 2021, Time: here | Quantifying the Human Cost of Global Warming, 2023, Nature: here | "Tech nerds are smart. But they can't seem to get their heads around politics", 2015: here | "Glass Onion mocks silver-bullet solutionism & skewers tech-bro climate saviours", 2023: here
Bloomberg: "Big Oil’s Climate Fix Is Running Out of Time to Prove Itself"
"The world is relying on big oil's controversial technology to hit its net-zero targets — and it will cost trillions. Is this a feasible fix? Bloomberg's Stephen Stapczynski reports from one of the world's largest carbon capture and storage plants."
(September 2023, here)
Margaret Thatcher, Conservative Party Conference (Blackpool, 1989)
"A protester in a Rishi Sunak mask at an Extinction Rebellion gathering on the day of Shell’s 2023 annual general meeting" (here).
From The Hysteresis of the Antarctic Ice Sheet, Nature, 585 (2020) here
Global and Regional Sea Level Rise Scenarios for the US, NOAA, 2022 (PDF here).
"Uncovering a global view of how the property and infrastructure industry is tackling climate change has highlighted some major shifts in learning and discovery." (PDF here)
NASA 2023 (1/2). The video above shows the CO2 added to our atmosphere over 2021, split into four contributors: fossil fuels (orange), burning biomass (red), land ecosystems (green), the ocean (blue). The dots on the surface also show how CO2 is being absorbed by land ecosystems in green and the ocean in blue.
NASA 2023 (2/2). In this second video, according to NASA "This equirectangular view is helpful for understanding what is happening across the entire globe at a glance. However, because of projection distortion, the contributions at the north and south poles are visually exaggerated". NASA page, here
Shout! The cement industry must be held to account. Our short movie is dedicated to the many millions demanding Climate Action — those choosing to keep up "the good fight".
See directly how EMC Volcanics rate against other concrete mixes, both in terms of the amount of CO2 generated and the energy used per cubic meter of concrete.