Anthropogenic Arctic Volcano Will Calm Climate // Published on Mar 20, 2017
As our climate spirals hotter into new and unfamiliar territory, we are seeing enormous stresses destabilizing our weather patterns, crops, water supplies, infrastructure, global supply chains, and civilization itself.
To face our collective global climate change emergency we must deploy technologies to stabilize climate while we slash fossil fuel emissions, and remove carbon from the air and water.
I discuss how sulphur dioxide affects our climate.
More on Energy Balance // Published on Mar 20, 2017
Concern for accelerated, even exponential climate change is skyrocketing. A few videos ago I discussed the story of energy changes at the Earth surface and how it affects climate change.
This topic is a bit complicated, and I felt it was worthwhile to revisit/explain it from a different angle to break the glaze that has formed in some viewers eyes:).
Halting Abrupt Climate Change: 1 of 3 // Published on Mar 21, 2017
Paul Crutzen, the Yoda of atmospheric science , played a large role in human understanding and action on ozone holes, got a Nobel Prize in 1995 and coined the phrase Anthropocene.
I attempt to explain, in layperson terms, how the science shows that we can temporarily stop abrupt climate change in its tracks, buying some time to slash fossil fuel emissions and remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere/oceans.
 Anthropogenic Arctic Volcano Can Calm Climate, Jan 10, 2013, by Paul Beckwith: ‘Rational decision making requires realistic risk assessments of alternatives. Humanity is now choosing default door A, which is no change in behavior with fossil fuel energy sourcing and a continuance of rapidly rising anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs).
‘Abrupt collapse of Arctic albedo due to collapsing terrestrial snow cover (area dropping 17.6% per decade for past three decades) and collapse of sea ice cover (area dropping 49% below 1979 to 2000 long term average) is occurring (NOAA 2012 Arctic Report Card from last week)’ . Article continues in full, at link.
 Paul J. Crutzen: The Engineer and the Ozone Hole,
‘The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1995, Paul J. Crutzen, Mario J. Molina, F. Sherwood Rowland. Paul J. Crutzen – Curriculum Vitae: The following is the curriculum vitae of Paul Josef Crutzen, born 3 December, 1933, in Amsterdam, Holland, Director at the Max-Planck-Institute for Chemistry in Mainz, Germany. He is married, with two children.’ Continues at link.