Category Archives: Policy

Climate/Energy Policy and the GOP Congress

by Judith Curry

With the Republicans in majority for both Houses of the 114th Congress, what are the implications for U.S. climate and energy policy?

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JC’s book shelf

by Judith Curry

Some new books that I’ve been reading, by  Roger Pielke Jr., Rud Istvan, George Marshall and James Gleick.

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How urgent is ‘urgent’?

by Judith Curry

I think we have a very brief window of opportunity to deal with climate change . . . no longer than a decade at most.James Hansen 2006

We have only four more years to act on climate change.James Hansen 2009

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Back from the twitter twilight zone: Responses to my WSJ op-ed

by Judith Curry

I’ve just returned from China, the first thing I did in the U.S. airport on my layover back to Atlanta was to check twitter.

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My WSJ op-ed: Global warming statistical meltdown

by Judith Curry

I was invited to submit an op-ed regarding the recent Lewis/Curry paper on climate sensitivity.  Continue reading

Challenging the 2 degree target

by Judith Curry

“Without significant cuts in emissions by all countries, and in key sectors, the window of opportunity to stay within less than 2 degrees [of warming] will soon close forever.” – UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon

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An unsettled climate

by Judith Curry

I’ve been invited by several venues to write an op-ed related to my recent presentation at the National Press Club.

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