FORUM: Accelerating Climate Change and Associated Disasters

Forecasts based on legacy statistical methods have radically underestimated the pace and extent of global warming. Associated silique such as storm intensity and frequency, greenhouse gas emissions, infrastructure failures, famines, epidemics, and organic extinctions will accelerate and exacerbate.

May 20, 2021: Unparalleled Arctic Climate:

May 24, 2021: “Economic forecasts predicting the potential impact of climate change grossly underestimate the reality and have delayed global recovery efforts by decades:”

May 24, 2021: Nearly 10% of Earth’s land surface is covered by glaciers, and particulate mercury carried by glacial flour (sediment making glacial rivers appear milky) is up to 2,000-times greater than typical dissolved mercury content in rivers—threatening Greenland’s commercial fishery (cold-water shrimp, halibut and cod):

May 25, 2021: Combining warm temperature and pollution yields “sea snot” which threatens fish breeding grounds:

May 25, 2021: “Zombie fires” in defrosted Arctic:

May 26, 2021: Heat from the Atlantic Ocean is destabilizing Arctic ice:

May 26, 2021: Satellite measurements underestimated global temperatures for decades:

May 27, 2021: World temperature now half-a-degree from tipping point:

May 27, 2021: 40% chance Earth’s temperature will exceed Paris climate agreement temperature limit within five years:

May 31, 2021: Human heat deaths and climate change:

June 3, 2021: Models of climate-change cascades:

June 5, 2021: Agricultural use of synthetic nitrogen fertilizer releases nitrous oxide into the atmosphere–which is 300 times more potent that carbon dioxide in heating the atmosphere:

June 11, 2021: Antarctic ice shelve melting at faster rate than previously measured:

June 18, 2021: Potentially the worst drought and highest temperatures in 1,200 years:

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