Good News: ‘Climate Change’ Point Of No Return Pushed Out To 2035

The Cult of Climastrology had been pushing that the point of no return was soon, even as close as 2020, to avoid Utter Doom. But, like all Climatruther prognostications, this has to be pushed out when doom is not arriving

Climate Change Could Hit the ‘Point of No Return’ in 2035 Warn Scientists

Time is running out for governments to act on climate change before it’s too late a new report from European Geosciences Union states. Without immediate and effective action we will pass a point of no return after which limiting global warming below 2°C in 2100 will be unlikely.

The research also suggests that unless radical action is implemented now, the deadline to limit warming to 1.5°C has already passed. “In our study, we show that there are strict deadlines for taking climate action,” says Henk Dijkstra, a professor at Utrecht University in the Netherlands and one of the study authors.

“We conclude that very little time is left before the Paris targets [to limit global warming to 1.5°C or 2°C] become infeasible even given drastic emission reduction strategies.” The study set out to locate the ‘point of no return’ or deadline for climate action, this date would be the last possible year action could be taken before it’s too late to avoid climate catastrophe.

And what do they propose?

In conclusion, the team made of researchers from the Utrecht Centre for Complex Systems Studies and Oxford University, UK, say that they hope the report is another urgent push for global leaders to take serious action. “We hope that ‘having a deadline’ may stimulate the sense of urgency to act for politicians and policy makers,” concludes Dijkstra. “Very little time is left to achieve the Paris targets.”

Funny how this almost always comes down to government Doing Something, which usually comes down to taxes, fees, and controlling citizens’ behavior.

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