Former "Climate Skeptic" Explains How His Studies in the Arctic Changed His Mind


Mark Serreze, a Research Professor of Geography and director of the National Snow and Ice Data Center at the University of Colorado tells his story of how he came to understand that greenhouse gases are behind climate change and what melting glaciers in the Arctic mean for the future of the planet.

From his piece in the "Conversation": "To be clear, we were not asking whether the impacts of rising greenhouse gas concentrations would appear first in the Arctic, as we expected. The science supporting this projection was solid. The issue was whether those impacts had yet emerged. Eventually they did – and in a big way. Sometime around 2003, I accepted the overwhelming evidence of human-induced warming, and started warning the public about what the Arctic was telling us."


#climatechange

5752b.jpg

Our Handmade, New Design Mixed Huipile Guatemalan Patchwork Quilt See & order them here!

Follow Us
  • Pinterest Social Icon
  • Facebook Basic Square
  • Twitter Basic Square

Images of the Week

1/15

Unique Handcrafted Red Kilim & Leather Travel or Carry-on Bag. See & Order Them Here

Guatemalan Throw Blanket

Vivid Blue Guatemalan Embroidered Throw Blanket. See & Order them here!

Illuminate Our World   

News  Politics  Art  Photography  History, Culture & Fair Trade Shopping

Don't Forget to Bookmark us!

Illuminateourworld.org

© Illuminate

Don't Forget to Bookmark us!
LLocated In Beautiful Virginia Beach, VA

2023 by The Artifact. Proudly created with Wix.com