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December 4, 2019  11:51 AM

Monica Davies - 350.org

Hi Anthony,

COP25 kicked off this week, and at this year’s UN climate talks, we’re demanding that our governments stop giving our money to the fossil fuel industry and fund climate solutions instead.

While people around the world struggle with unemployment, poverty, and the ever increasing impacts of the climate crisis, some of our governments have recently pumped more than USD $63.9 billion per year into the fossil fuel industry.

How dare they jeopardize our future?

Call on your government to stop giving public money to the 🦕🦖 fossil fuel industry.

Many governments are attending COP25 to discuss and agree measures to deal with climate change - making it the perfect time for us to put pressure on them to stop funding fossil fuel projects.

Fossil fuel companies have polluted our planet, our communities and our democracies. To free ourselves from inequality, corruption, and a runaway climate crisis, we need to transform our society, and fund a just transition to 100% renewable energy for all.

The money that is currently going into the pockets of fossil fuel CEOs and their shareholders at the expense of local communities needs to support investments to ensure rights and social protection for people whose incomes will be affected, and to provide pathways to transition to low-carbon jobs.

Demand our public money be used to pursue a just, fair, renewable future instead. Add your name to the petition we’ll deliver to delegates at COP25.

For a just transition,

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Meltwater forms on the Greenland ice sheet near Sermeq Avangnardleq glacier on Aug. 4, 2019 near Ilulissat, Greenland. Sean Gallup / Getty Images

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Re: 🚩 Global Climate Chaos ☠️
« Reply #2014 on: December 06, 2019, 07:12:53 pm »
 
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Sidney is toast. I did a Google flyover north of Sidney where the 8 fires joined to make the MEGA Fire. There are mansions all over the place bordering the forest areas. If this doesn't make the Australians smell the Catastrophic Climate Change coffee, I do not know what will.

As far back as 40 years ago, Jacques Cousteau warned us that the oceans were dying. TPTB did not listen to the biosphere degradation facts, as usual. >:(

The Epstein Israeli Honey Trap MO facts of life has been a sort of open secret to those of us that studied the matter ever since Mr. Epstein was first exposed. If you look at the members of the Law Firm that defended him over the past decade or so, and how "amazingly" ;) successful they have been in the courts of New York (weekend passes for a sexual predator, "conjugal" ;) visits in jail, by different women, etc.), you see other Israel firsters like Dershowitz (a "Constitutional Scholar" who makes up continuously to defend 🦀 Trump) doing what they despicably do to cover the real purpose of Mossad activity in the USA.

Anyone with critical thinking skills can see that the standing ovation Mr. Netanyahu got in our U.S. Congress some years ago evidences the pernicious effect the Israel "Lobby" has had for several decades (at least!) on the career of U.S. politicians that dare to criticize Israeli fascist murder and mayem, from the 1967 attack on the Liberty to the ruthless land theft mixed with targeted killings and bombings of the Palestinians. This is NOT about American Jews writing op-eds that damage politician futures; this is evidence of a BLACKMAIL MODUS OPERANDI to keep that U.S. money flowing to Israel.

Anyone that thinks Epstein is the only perverted tool the Mossad has in the USA is in La La Land. Anyone that thinks that the power of the Israel "Lobby" in the USA is based mainly on pro-Israel K Street think tank activities involving political campaign hit pieces against those they want out of politics is also in la la land. That's just the excuse they use to crow about their political power. Without the honey trap MO, they would NEVER have gotten away with coercing our politicians to keep voting to approve multi-billion dollar handouts to Israel annually, while studiously looking the other way when Israeli fascists commit still another in a LONG series of war crimes against the Palestinians.

All that said, while the corrupting influence on the U.S. Government of the Mossad with their Honey Traps is significant; it is a relatively small subset of the Profit Over People and Planet Capitalist Ideology that is destroying absolutely everything of material and spiritual value in our country and our leadership.

Senator Bernie Sanders is Jewish. Yet this man, who represents the decidedly LAST CHANCE we (and probably our entire species) HAVE to act, as responsible stewards of God's creation (a tenet intrinsic to JEWISH LAW), with COMMON F'N SENSE, will be mercilessly attacked by the Israel 'Lobby". Yet, no one will dare admit that these attacks on Bernie Sanders by the (fascist atheist) Israel firsters are, by Torah defintion, as ANTI-SEMITIC as you can get. >:(

Senator Sanders, whether he believes in God or not, wants to do what God has always commanded that we all do for each other and the biospshere around us. Those bastards who oppose Bernie Sanders for POTUS, who hypocritically label themselves as "Jews" or "Christians", do not. The remaining Capitalist 1% ELITE SCUM OF THE EARTH are, of course, consistent enemies of God's Will. They are THE overwhelming reason things are FUBAR today. 

 
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If the Profit Over People and Planet Capitalists succeed in preventing Bernie Sanders from becoming President of the United States, IT IS OVER. Have a nice day.
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Re: 🚩 Global Climate Chaos ☠️
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California’s fire season isn't over yet, but megafire events have already taken a major toll on the state and its inhabitants, forcing the evacuation of tens of thousands of people. Warm, dry climate change conditions have made housing in LA's "Wildland-Urban Interface" dangerous.


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The Arctic Is Undergoing Changes Scientists 'Never Expected Would Happen This Soon'



Surprise, surprise: The Arctic didn’t do too well this past year. You can thank global warming for that.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released its annual Arctic Report Card Tuesday, and the findings show a region in the midst of a rapid transformation. Wildlife populations are decreasing, sea ice is melting, and the Arctic is warming the **** up. Even more ominously, the frozen soil that rings the region is now unleashing more carbon than it takes up speeding up climate change.

This year, however, the report card highlights some new points, including the impact of shifting wind patterns and how indigenous people in the Arctic are particularly vulnerable.

The clearest sign of Arctic change are rising temperatures. The average temperature over the past 12 months ranked as the second-highest value since 1900 coming in at 1.9 degrees Celsius (3.4 degrees Fahrenheit) above normal. That’s helping melt Arctic sea ice cover, which has seen rapid declines in thickness and extent. The fragile state of ice leaves it vulnerable to random weather happenings, such as when the jetstream sends warm southerly winds north. That’s exactly what happened this past year, particularly in Alaska when unusual southwestern warm winds in fall 2018 kept sea ice from freezing in along the coastal Bering Sea. This happened again in winter 2019 and continued into the spring.

“In the past when that happened, it hasn’t had a big impact because the ice is already there and very thick,” James Overland, an oceanographer at NOAA who worked on this report, told Earther. “This year, you started with thin ice, so when winds shifted around to coming from the south and bringing more warm temperatures, the ice could never form, and that was a huge change that we never expected would happen this soon
.”

As a result of all this warm air—which was related to the wild ass heatwaves Europe saw this year—the Greenland ice sheet a massive meltdown over the summer. The only year worse was 2012. This presents a long-term concern for sea level rise worldwide, but the loss of sea ice throughout the Arctic threatens the culture and livelihoods of the people who live there. And, for the first time ever, the Arctic Report Card pays special attention to the impacts indigenous people face. It even includes a whole section featuring voices from the frontlines. Overland said that was intentional.

“Most of us are looking at the Arctic from satellite pictures from way above and the big picture,” he said. “Particularly with emphasis on the Bering Sea, loss of ice and these changes in the ecosystem are erratically impacting these coastal communities from the timing from when they hunt for whales and seals and so forth.
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Sea ice loss really damages the way of life for these communities because they depend on the ice’s stability to travel and reach the waters they depend on to hunt. But the shifts in the Arctic aren’t just a concern for the people who live there. They could have a profound impact on the climate.

This year’s report also contains a major warning siren about permafrost, icy soil that stores roughly 10 times more carbon than the Amazon. Rising temperatures are causing it to thaw. That means many indigenous families are also losing access to their traditional means of storing food in ice cellars.

But for the rest of us, the impacts are also extremely worrisome. This year’s report card shows that melting permafrost is releasing carbon back into the atmosphere at a faster rate than the region’s plants are taking up. Estimates for how much carbon the Arctic is emitting range from 300 up to 600 million tons. Those emissions mean the Arctic isn’t just being impacted by the climate crisis. It’s now contributing to it.

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The Arctic Is Undergoing Changes Scientists 'Never Expected Would Happen This Soon'


Surprise, surprise: The Arctic didn’t do too well this past year. You can thank global warming for that.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released its annual Arctic Report Card Tuesday, and the findings show a region in the midst of a rapid transformation. Wildlife populations are decreasing, sea ice is melting, and the Arctic is warming the f u c k up. Even more ominously, the frozen soil that rings the region is now unleashing more carbon than it takes up speeding up climate change.

This year, however, the report card highlights some new points, including the impact of shifting wind patterns and how indigenous people in the Arctic are particularly vulnerable.

The clearest sign of Arctic change are rising temperatures. The average temperature over the past 12 months ranked as the second-highest value since 1900 coming in at 1.9 degrees Celsius (3.4 degrees Fahrenheit) above normal. That’s helping melt Arctic sea ice cover, which has seen rapid declines in thickness and extent. The fragile state of ice leaves it vulnerable to random weather happenings, such as when the jetstream sends warm southerly winds north. That’s exactly what happened this past year, particularly in Alaska when unusual southwestern warm winds in fall 2018 kept sea ice from freezing in along the coastal Bering Sea. This happened again in winter 2019 and continued into the spring.

“In the past when that happened, it hasn’t had a big impact because the ice is already there and very thick,” James Overland, an oceanographer at NOAA who worked on this report, told Earther. “This year, you started with thin ice, so when winds shifted around to coming from the south and bringing more warm temperatures, the ice could never form, and that was a huge change that we never expected would happen this soon
.”

As a result of all this warm air—which was related to the wild ass heatwaves Europe saw this year—the Greenland ice sheet a massive meltdown over the summer. The only year worse was 2012. This presents a long-term concern for sea level rise worldwide, but the loss of sea ice throughout the Arctic threatens the culture and livelihoods of the people who live there. And, for the first time ever, the Arctic Report Card pays special attention to the impacts indigenous people face. It even includes a whole section featuring voices from the frontlines. Overland said that was intentional.

“Most of us are looking at the Arctic from satellite pictures from way above and the big picture,” he said. “Particularly with emphasis on the Bering Sea, loss of ice and these changes in the ecosystem are erratically impacting these coastal communities from the timing from when they hunt for whales and seals and so forth.
”

Sea ice loss really damages the way of life for these communities because they depend on the ice’s stability to travel and reach the waters they depend on to hunt. But the shifts in the Arctic aren’t just a concern for the people who live there. They could have a profound impact on the climate.

This year’s report also contains a major warning siren about permafrost, icy soil that stores roughly 10 times more carbon than the Amazon. Rising temperatures are causing it to thaw. That means many indigenous families are also losing access to their traditional means of storing food in ice cellars.

But for the rest of us, the impacts are also extremely worrisome. This year’s report card shows that melting permafrost is releasing carbon back into the atmosphere at a faster rate than the region’s plants are taking up. Estimates for how much carbon the Arctic is emitting range from 300 up to 600 million tons. Those emissions mean the Arctic isn’t just being impacted by the climate crisis. It’s now contributing to it.

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I mostly write about how environmental policy and climate change intersect with race and class though I occasionally write about animals, science, and art, too. We all need an escape, right?


Yes, I've noticed the amount of floating Arctic ice at present is way too low for this time low.


The ice free summer is closer than most scientists think. I am certain the thawing permafrost is accelerating Catastrophic Climate Change by adding to the already massive 24/7 insult to the biosphere by the 🦕 🦖 hydrocarbon hellspawn.

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It gets worse.

NASA: Greenland’s ice melt is accelerating, aligning with ‘worst case’ projections



Mass Balance of the Greenland Ice Sheet From 1992 to 2018 (NASA)

Paul Gross, Meteorologist

The Greenland Ice Sheet is rapidly melting, having lost 3.8 trillion tons of ice between 1992 and 2018, a new study from NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA) finds.

The study combined twenty-six independent satellite datasets to track global warming’s effect on Greenland, one of the largest ice sheets on Earth, and the ice sheet melt’s impact on rising sea levels.

The findings, which forecast an approximate three-to-five inches of global sea level rise by 2100, are in alignment with previous worst-case projections if the average rate of Greenland’s ice loss continues.

Changes to the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets are of considerable societal importance, as they directly impact global sea levels, which are a result of climate change. As glaciers and ice sheets melt, they add more water to the ocean. Increasing rates of global warming have accelerated Greenland's ice mass loss from 25 billion tons per year in the 1990s to a current average of 234 billion tons per year. This means that Greenland's ice is melting on average seven times faster today than it was at the beginning of the study period. The Greenland Ice Sheet holds enough water to raise the sea level by twenty-four feet.

The paper, published December 10th in Nature, is the result of an international collaboration between eighty-nine polar scientists from fifty scientific institutions supported by NASA and ESA. The Ice Sheet Mass Balance Inter-comparison Exercise, or IMBIE, used well-calibrated data from thirteen NASA and ESA satellite missions to create the most accurate measurements of ice loss to date. The team found that half of the loss is tied to surface ice melting in warmer air. The rest of the loss is the result of factors such as warmer ocean temperatures, iceberg calving and the ice sheet shedding ice into the ocean more quickly.

"There are climate projections that are based on models of varying levels of complexity and observations, but they have large uncertainties. Our study is purely an observational one that tests those uncertainties. Therefore, we have irrefutable evidence that we seem to be on track with one of the most pessimistic sea level rise scenarios," said Erik Ivins, second author and lead scientist at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California.

Greenland is home to the only permanent ice sheet outside Antarctica. The sheet covers three-fourths of Greenland's land mass. But in the last twenty-six years, Greenland's melting ice has added 0.4 inches to sea level rise. Its cumulative 3.8 trillion tons of melted ice is equivalent to adding the water from 120 million Olympic-size swimming pools to the ocean every year, for twenty-six years.

"As a rule of thumb, for every centimeter rise in global sea level, another six million people are exposed to coastal flooding around the planet," said Andrew Shepherd, lead author and scientist from the University of Leeds in the United Kingdom. "On current trends, Greenland ice melting will cause 100 million people to be flooded each year by the end of the century, so 400 million in total due to sea level rise."

In addition to storm surges and high tides that will increase flooding in many regions, sea level rise exacerbates events like hurricanes. Another important fact to consider is that Greenland's shrinking ice sheet also speeds up global warming. The vast expanse of snow and ice helps cool down Earth by reflecting the Sun's rays back into space. As the ice melts and retreats, the region absorbs more solar radiation, which warms the planet. So, the planet’s warming is reducing Greenland ice which, in turn, will accelerate the planet’s warming.

The new study will contribute to the evaluation and evolution of sea level rise models used by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change in evaluating risks to current and future populations. The results of the study currently appear consistent with the panel's worst-case projections for sea level rise in the next eighty years.

"The full set of consequences of future melt from the Greenland Ice Sheet remain uncertain, but even a small increase in sea level can have devastating effects on ports and coastal zones, cause destructive erosion, wetland flooding, and aquifer and agricultural soil contamination with salt," said Ivins.

This is the third IMBIE study on ice loss as a result of global warming. IMBIE’s first report in 2012 measured both Greenland and Antarctica’s shrinking ice sheets, finding that the combined ice losses from Antarctica and Greenland had increased over time and that the ice sheets were losing three times as much ice as they were in the early 1990s. Antarctica and Greenland continue to lose ice today, and that rate of loss has accelerated since the first IMBIE study.

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