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Brian Stone

Brian StoneBrian Stone teaches at Georgia Tech. The City and the Coming Climate: Climate Change in the Places We Live was published by Cambridge in 2012.

From The Blog
10 October 2018

A quarter of a century has passed since the impact of human activity on the global climate was formally recognised by the United Nations. The latest IPCC report, published on 8 October, calls for the average global temperature to rise no more than 1.5ºC above pre-industrial levels, but climate change has already and irreversibly altered the physical world in ways that are fundamentally altering the human world: extreme droughts, a rising frequency of intense storms and wildfires, the geographic expansion of vector-borne diseases. The collective implication of these changes is uniform: a rising level of risk to your health and stability, regardless of who you are or where you live.

How to Survive Climate Change

Thomas Jones, 23 May 2013

If climate change is not only inevitable but already underway, how are we to live with it?

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