Revisiting the climate collapse: The view from Nuuk in the year 2070

By David Spratt | October 31, 2019

The Greenland Ice Sheet was melting already in 2009 The Greenland Ice Sheet was melting already in 2009. Photo by Christine Zenino of Chicago.

Failure to respond appropriately to climate change is explored in a scenario that illustrates the impacts of poorly-mitigated fossil fuel use over the next 50 years, including massive disruption of human societies.

How poorly-mitigated fossil fuel use over the next 50 years would cause massive disruption of human societies.

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