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How climate change is changing us

Keynote address to plenary session 2010 School Conference, School of Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Tasmania, Hobart, 2 July 2010. View YouTube video here and here. [3 July 2010 |┬áPeter Boyer] [Professor] Elaine Stratford [head, School of Geography and … Continue reading

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Why we need to embrace the 350 target, and go for it

Government climate policies are a road to ruin, according to a UN study. If we want to avoid dangerous climate change we must try to bring CO2 concentrations down to 350 parts per million. [13 October 2009 |┬áPeter Boyer] If … Continue reading

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