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Professor Kevin Anderson - Climate Change: Going Beyond Dangerous

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  • louyates Louise Yates Kevin Anderson clearly demonstrates what needs to be done to get anywhere near the 2 degrees centigrade target, then shows us how the British government is ignoring every piece of evidence-based advice. We might not be stuffed, but our children are. Horrifying. 6 months ago
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  • he45188 Sue Taylor I like the bicycle option instead of cars, too - but this is easy for me...
    My concern is the 80:20 rule being applied two more times: my calculation tells me that 0.8% (call it 1% if you prefer) need to drop their emissions by 99% (80% +16% + 3%). But maths is not my strong point...
    This means I need to ride my bike, grow my own veggies and stop playing about on the internet... AND STOP SKIING!! Catastrophe!
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  • PatriciaW43 PatriciaW43 @RickyWard I don't believe he was talking about efficient cars just for the 1%. What I understood was that the 1% were responsible for most of the emissions and that if they used more efficient cars it would help. He was using cars as an example of the reduction that the reductions that the 1% could make.
    Bicycles are not realistic for a lot of our transportation given different climates. Also there is not sufficient public transit in many countries,
    I think his message was that we could reduce our emissions quickly given existing technology as long as we have the will to do so. Unfortunately that does not appear to be the case.
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  • stopkillingourworld stopkillingourworld One of the best presentations I've seen on the topic. Well done. 2 years ago
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  • RickyWard Ricky Ward I would love to have the text to read as I am rather confused.
    Kevin's chats about making ( lots of emissions here ) and then driving lower CO2 emitting cars by the 1%. This seems to be so easy as not to be part of what he is saying is a very difficult and sharp drop in emissions. I would have thought bicycles to be the essential change in transport technology and remember Cuba did just that in the early 1990's when cheap Soviet oil stopped flowing.
    That was with done in stagnant i.e. not growing socialist economy, where austerity was the order of the day. I agree with your comment that a prolonged period of austerity for the 1st and new development path for 3rd World is imperative but the talk about more efficient cars for the 1% SEEMS ODDLY IRELLEVANT.
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  • Didgeridiva Joy Hughes, Founder and CEO at SolarPanelHosting.com Exponentially growing adoption of Solar PV worldwide will allow us to drop emissions much faster than these charts indicate. We will learn to live with intermittency. 2 years ago
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  • amrumak amrumak Finally found some further info (see links below), but still haven't found where the presentation was given. Given on July 27, 2011, apparently for UK's DFID (Dept. for International Development), with an introduction by David Anderson (no relation) of (DFID).. This page links to the one you are now viewing:

    http://www.tyndall.ac.uk/communication/news-archive/2011/kevin-anderson-showcased-uk-department-international-development

    DFID has a page about the talk, as well:
    http://www.dfid.gov.uk/Media-Room/DFID-Speaker-Series/Professor-Kevin-Anderson/

    Also:
    http://www.tyndall.ac.uk/communication/news-archive/2011/kevin-anderson-showcased-uk-department-international-development
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  • amrumak amrumak What was the forum and exact date for this presentation?

    Excellent presentation! This is the thinking we need to act upon. Science alone is inadequate, and needs an engineering approach such as this to be applied safely.
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