The Guardian, a U.K. online newspaper, supports wide coverage of the climate, collaborating with more than 400 other news outlets to keep people informed worldwide.
In the Guardian article linked below, eminent climate scientist Michael Mann, a professor at Penn State University, reports encouraging climate news, telling us that updated computer models of the climate show that the “actual lag between halting CO2 emissions and halting temperature rise is not 25 to 30 years… but more like three to five years.”
Mann states this is “a dramatic change in our understanding” of the climate system that gives humans “more agency.” This means that if we humans quickly reduce emissions, we can turn down the heat almost immediately. According to Mann, “Our destiny is determined by our behavior, a fact he says is “empowering.”
For the full article, please follow the link: The Guardian Climate Article