“This fault was what we call critically stressed – only a small change in conditions could cause that fault to move, which is ultimately what happened,” says Bill Ellsworth in the context of the 2017 Pohang earthquake.
"All of these approaches are a distraction compared to actual emission reductions," says Rob Jackson. "As chair of the Global Carbon Project, I’m well versed in rising emissions and the need for drastic cuts."
Research by Gabrielle Wong-Parodi shows many schools can “meet up to 75% of their electricity needs and reduce the education sector’s carbon footprint by as much as 28%” by using viable space for solar panels.
Experts led by Stanford's Katharine Mach conclude that while climate change has not so far played a large role in stoking conflict, it will play a far greater role in destabilizing countries as the planet warms.