The Climate Cliff does not occur in 2025. We already went over it in 2015.

What has been known as the climate cliff is the climate point you go over which begins the runaway global warming process. 

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Burning Up Our Future: Record fires are burning the Siberian boreal and Amazon forests

We are recording the global climate change killing of the living Earth. 

Massive fires are burning in the Amazon and the Arctic for the second record year in a row. Judging from the NASA FIRMS satellite world fire map, 1,500 miles of fires are burning right across the Amazon, and fires are burning across 6,000 miles of the Siberian Arctic. Nothing about global warming is so definite, so visible and so terrible as the burning of these great forests.

Global fire map August 2020

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The nine most important facts to know about global warming and climate change based on today's most current science

The nine facts in this article are the facts that most other environmental groups are afraid to tell you. Once you understand them, you will be better prepared for what is happening now and what is coming.

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The Biggest News about Climate Change

From my perspective, the biggest news about climate change is that it is no longer news.

Elder climate activist, the BBC’s Sir David Attenborough, and the youthful climate activist, Greta Thunberg, are among those who have voiced concern that while the Covid-19 pandemic is a present-time global crisis, climate disruption is a dire global emergency for all today’s children and all future generations (not to mention the millions of people whose lives have already been impacted by climate disasters at least in part attributable to climate disruption).

Several writers have found similarities between Covid and the climate, and some have called on the world to launch a Covid-style response — immediate, united, aggressive — to avoid total planetary climate catastrophe.

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How our future will be controlled (or destroyed) by these 13 global crisis over the next 20 years

How and when we resolve these 13 current critical global challenges will determine our future comfort and survival.

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What is Climate Change and Global Warming and How Does it Affect Us?

This short well-illustrated article will explain all of the basics in just minutes. It even covers the worse case scenarios of...

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June's Global Warming and Climate Change Newsletter

Welcome to June's global warming newsletter.

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The International Energy Agency Plan to Keep Emissions Dropping

As reported by The Guardian in June, the International Energy Agency (IEA) gives the world only six months in which to change the course of the carbon climate emergency and “prevent a post-lockdown rebound in greenhouse gas emissions that would overwhelm efforts to stave off climate catastrophe.”

IEA Special Report on Sustainable Recovery cover

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The Many Surprise Benefits of Climate Change & Global Warming

There are many climate change and global warming benefits that will help you create or maintain a balanced and healthier perspective about any sad, angry, or other negative feelings you might have about this challenging issue.

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The planet is primed for runaway global heating

As the Arctic goes, so goes the planet. On 23 June 2020, a new record high  temperature was recorded in the Siberian Arctic. The northern Russian town of Verkhoyansk hit a stunning 38°C (100.4°F), which is 18°C (32.6°F) higher than normal. Climate experts were shocked, as this Arctic heating was not predicted by models to occur until the end of this century. With this, the planetary climate emergency has reached a far higher level of “dire,” increasing the threat to our future survival. The reason is runaway.

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