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There is no pause. And 2014 hottest.  https://tamino.wordpress.com/2015/01/20/its-the-trend-stupid-3/

At Open Mind, Tamino has a masterful post in which he shows quite clearly that there has been no "pause" or "hiatus" in the rate of global temperature increase since at least the It’s the Trend, Stupid Posted on January 2015

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The basics: a brief introduction to climate change

Climate overview: 12 Graphics That Contain Everything You Need to Know about Climate Change. Get courtesy of Scientific American!

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Ice decline for deniers.

Ice decline for deniers.

Die größten Anbieter für Stellenanzeigen bei #XING und #LinkedIn Deutschland 2013

Stellenbörsen in sozialen Netzwerken in DACH 2013

Die größten Anbieter für Stellenanzeigen bei #XING und #LinkedIn Deutschland 2013

The Fat Tail of Climate Change Risk by Michael Mann. Climate scientists often grapple with their emotions when trying to communicate the huge risks of insufficient climate action. This becomes clear when you realize climate change has a fat-tailed distribution. The risk of catastrophic warming means a need to take out a planetary insurance to reduce emissions sooner than later.

The 'Fat Tail' Of Climate Change Risk

One of the most under-appreciated aspects of the climate change problem is the so-called “fat tail” of risk. In short, the likelihood of very large impacts is greater than we would expect under typical statistical assumptions.

Average global temperatures – IPCC

IPCC report: six graphs that show how we're changing the world's climate

This is a record of climate change to date, otherwise known as warming in average surface temperatures across the globe. Note that the past three decades have been the warmest since comprehensive records began in the a lot.

Models vs observations.

Models vs observations.

Renewables still getting less love from the Banks: scorecard | @market_forces

Renewables still getting less love from the Banks: scorecard

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