From Fellous and Gautier: A Surprising Side-Effect of Climate Change: A Fog of Confusion


A Surprising Side-Effect of Climate Change: A Fog of Confusion

Climate change entails significant social impact not least of which is induced by changes in the global water cycle: more precipitation here, less there, more droughts in dry areas, more floods in wet areas, melting glaciers, rising sea levels, changes in cloud cover, etc… Another side-effect is also apparent: a thickening fog in the public discourse that obscures the significance of irrefutable environmental change to human society.

Read article at at earthzine
By Jean-Louis Fellous and Catherine Gautier, posted on June 21st, 2010 in Climate, Earth Observation, Feature, Featured Person, OpEd, People, Weather

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