Pilkey: The Paris agreement, climate change, NC coast and rising seas

Pilkey: The Paris agreement, climate change, NC coast and rising seas


North Carolina. Photograph courtesy of: © William Neal, Orrin Pilkey & Norma Longo.

Excerpts;

Now that we as a nation have divorced ourselves from the Paris Agreement on reduction of carbon emissions and global climate change, it’s time for us to do some self-examination. We assume that our abstention will ultimately add to the carbon-emissions problem, perhaps discourage other countries and have some impact on sea-level rise…

Read Full Article, News Observer (06-03-2017)

Will US withdrawal from Paris climate deal make a difference? RFI (06-02-2017)

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