REPORTS

What is a Climate Emergency and
Does the Evidence Justify One?

This stark and confronting latest report reviews the evidence about the scale, timing and urgency of the risks posed by climate change to determine whether an emergency response is both necessary and feasible.

CLIMATE EMERGENCY DEFINED
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Written by: Paul Gilding

REPORT SERIES

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DISASTER ALLEY
Jun 21, 2017

In this striking new Breakthrough report we look at climate change and conflict issues through the lens of sensible risk-management to draw new conclusions about the challenge we now face.

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WHAT LIES BENEATH
Aug, 2018

The West Antarctic Ice Sheet is under extreme pressure from a warming climate. This latest report highlights the  West Antarctic Peninsula is now the strongest-warming region on the planet, and its glaciers are discharging ice at an accelerating rate.

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WAR - WHAT IS IT GOOD FOR?
Sep 01, 2016

Paul Gilding reflects on the scale and speed of the economic mobilisation of WWII. What can we draw on from this part of the wartime experience to inform a sound response to the climate emergency?

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ANTARCTIC TIPPING POINTS
Feb 05, 2017

The West Antarctic Ice Sheet is under extreme pressure from a warming climate. This latest report highlights the  West Antarctic Peninsula is now the strongest-warming region on the planet, and its glaciers are discharging ice at an accelerating rate.

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STRIKING TARGETS
Aug 01, 2015

In this latest paper, Philip Sutton highlights what he sees as an impending shift in the purpose of climate campaigning and calls for the most effective action in the new ‘post-Paris’ era.

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CLIMATE REALITY CHECK
May 01, 2016

David Spratt presents a very sobering climate reality check as the speed of major climate impacts continue to accelerate. Yet it could provide a critical foundation to build effective climate strategy.

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RECOUNT
Aug 01, 2015

David Spratt presents a survey of the relevant scientific literature and concludes that the catastrophic and irreversible consequences of 2°C of warming demand a strong risk-management approach.

Making the seemingly impossible, possible.

Breakthrough

National Centre for Climate Restoration

Australia

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