The Way Forward on Global Warming - Environment America

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Notes

1 Translation from Goodreads at www.

goodreads.com/quotes/show/289625.

2 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate

Change, Climate Change 2007: Synthesis

Report: Contribution of Working Groups I, II

and III to the Fourth Assessment Report of the

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change,

2007.

3 National Research Council, Advancing

the Science of Climate Change (prepublication

copy), National Academies Press, 2010, 17.

4 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration,

NOAA: 2010 Tied for Warmest

Year on Record, 12 January 2011.

5 World Meteorological Organization,

2010 in Top Three Warmest Years, 2001-2010

Warmest 10-Year Period (press release), 2

December 2010.

6 See note 4.

7 Met Office (UK), Scientific Evidence Is

Met Office Focus at Cancun (press release), 26

November 2010.

8 National Snow and Ice Data Center,

Arctic Sea Ice Falls to Third-Lowest Extent;

Downward Trend Persists (press release), 4

October 2010.

9 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration,

Arctic Report Card 2010, 19

October 2010.

10 Lauren Morello and Climatewire, “

Major, Worldwide Damage to Corals Seen

this Year,” Scientific American, 10 November

2010.

11 Nick Sundt, WWF, “Another Extreme

Drought Hits the Amazon and Raises Climate

Change Concerns,” WWF Climate

Blog, 23 November 2010.

12 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration,

National Climatic Data Center,

State of the Climate: Global Hazards: July

2010, updated 6 August 2010.

13 BBC News, “Pakistan’s Flooding Sweeps

South,” 6 August 2010.

14 For additional details on these and

other recent extreme weather events, see

Tony Dutzik, Frontier Group, and Nathan

Willcox, Environment America Research &

Policy Center, Global Warming and Extreme

Weather: ong>Theong> Science, the Forecast, and the

Impacts on America, September 2010.

15 Martin Vermeer and Stefan Rahmstorf,

Global Sea Level Linked to Global

Temperature,” Proceedings of the National

Academy of Sciences (online), doi: 10.1073/

pnas.0907765106, 7 December 2009.

16 N.S. Diffenbaugh and M. Ashfaq,

“Intensification of Hot Extremes in the

United States,” Geophysical Research Letters,

37:L15701, doi:10.1029/2010GL043888,

2010.

17 Charles H. Greene, D. James Baker

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