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tvtnu yfirlsing G-8

g er sammla v a yfirlsing leitogafundar G-8 rkjanna s tvtnu,en hn felur sr almennt markmi um a draga r losun grurhsalofttegunda um helming fyrir 2050 til a stva loftslagsbreytingar. rr augljsustu veikleikar yfirlsingarinnar eru a mnu mati essir:

  1. Yfirlsingin felur ekki sr nein fangamarkmi fram til rsins 2050. a ir reynd a menn gtu fresta agerum til rsins 2049 - og s svo til.
  2. Markmi um50% samdrtt losun essara rkjafyrir ri 2050 dugar engan veginn til a stva loftslagsbreytingar. ar yrfti a koma til a.m.k. 50% samdrttur heimsvsu mia vi breyttan mannfjlda, annig a heildarlosun fari r um 4 tonnum hvert mannsbarn ri niur um 2 tonn. etta kallar vntanlega a.m.k. 80% samdrtt losun inrkjanna!
  3. a er ekki ljst hvort draga eigi r losun um helming fr v sem n er, ea fr v sem var ri 1990. Losunin hefur nefnilega aukist umtalsvert heimsvsu fr 1990. a er markleysa a tala um aminnka eitthva um X% ef maur tilgreinir ekki upphafspunktinn!

rtt fyrir etta ber a fagna v a leitogarnir hafi ori sttir um loftslagsbreytingar sem vandaml sem veri a bregast vi. Jafnvel slk yfirlsing var ekkert sjlfsg fyrir nokkrum rum.

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Dav (IP-tala skr) 9.7.2008 kl. 10:21

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Hva segja svona atvinnu umhverfisverndarmenn vi essu?

Dav (IP-tala skr) 9.7.2008 kl. 10:23

3 Smmynd: Geir gstsson

Dav, eir hunsa svona tal v a grefur undan lfsviurvri eirra sjlfra (og ar me mguleikum eirra til a borga af hum orkureikningum og reka bensnhkana sna).

Geir gstsson, 9.7.2008 kl. 12:52

4 Smmynd: Stefn Gslason

a er svo sem ekkert umetta a segja. a vera alltaf til efasemdarmenn llum svium, ekki bara feinir heldur sundatali. S spurning hvort maurinn eigi einhvern tt hkkandi styrk koltvsrings andrmsloftinu og hvort hkkandi styrkur koltvsrings andrmsloftinu stuli a hkkandi mealhitastigi jrinni er eftir sem ur trtt ml, bi vettvangi vsinda og stjrnmla, enda s g reyndar ekkert texta "The Petition Project" sem mlir beinlnis gegn v. arer a vsu stahft a hkkandi styrkur koltvsrings andrmsloftinu s gur fyrir umhverfi, en engin tilraun er ger til a rkstyja a.

v leikur enginn vafi a maurinn stran tt v a styrkur koltvsrings hefur hkka r u..b. 270 ppm u..b. 390 ppm fr upphafi inbyltingar, .e.a.s. sustu 200 rum. v leikur heldur enginn vafi a koltvsringur og fleiri lofttegundir gleypa geisla af tiltekinni bylgjulengd, og ar me hluta af varmageislum fr yfirbori jarar. etta hafa menn vitasan 19.ldog ttu ekki a urfa a ra frekar. Hins vegar er skiljanlegt a menn greini um hver hrif loftslagsbreytinga muni vera mismunandi svum heimsins, ea um a hversu hagkvmt s a grpa til varnaragera, samanbori vi kostnainn vi a takast vi afleiingarnar.

A ru leyti vsa g til bloggfrslu minnar fr 14. aprl sl.

Og svona ar fyrir utan, hefur loftslagsumran engin hrif fjrhagslega stu mna n fyrirsjanlegt tjn afkomenda minna. ru mli gildir um loftslagsbreytingarnar sjlfar og au r sem gripi er til til a sporna vi eim ea milda afleiingarnar. Framt okkar allra veltur v miur ansi miki essum ttum.

Stefn Gslason, 9.7.2008 kl. 21:37

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trtt ml? ..... trtt ml? hva ert prestur ea hva? Ertu uppi mildum ... ea er sklspeki hin nrri tekin vi?

Titillinn sem ber segir n heilmiki hvort komir til me a hafa "rtta" ea "ranga" skoun - enda held g ekki frekar en prestar afneita kristi (vs vegur til a missa vinnuna) komir til me a gera anna en a endurtaka mntruna enda ekki rf frekari rannskna - umran er bin, rannsknum er loki og 11000 vsindamenn eru ffl en 2500 skrsluhfundar Sameinuu janna (sem velflestir eru eins og me atvinnu af a hafa rtta skoun) vita meir og betur um mli.

g nenni ekki a reyna a benda r a rannsaka mli - velta einfaldlega fyrir r sldum og hlskeium og segja mr hort okkur stafi meiri htta"in the long run" af klnun ea hlnun jarar. hmm hvert er skei mannsins jrinni og hvenr var sasta sld? no brainer er a ... en nei ert vinnu karlinn vi a hafa skoun og einu skounina

Mli trtt (sic)

Dav (IP-tala skr) 9.7.2008 kl. 23:23

6 Smmynd: Stefn Gslason

a gildir a sama um or mn og n, hver sem ert, a au last ekki auki gildi a au su sg oftar. ess vegna tla g ekkert a endurtaka mn aftur hr.Skoanir hvorugsokkar munu heldur breyta gangi heimsmlanna, n veurfarinu,tt vi munnhggvumst eitthva. g efast meira a segja um a skoanirnar hafi hrif atvinnu- og tekjumguleika okkar.

En hvernig tli standi samt v a a er nnast tiloka a finna vsindagreinar sem gera ekki r fyrir loftslagsbreytingum af mannavldum? Og hvernig tli standi v a leitogar hr um bil allra rkja heims eru sammla um a loftslagsbreytingar af mannavldum su eitt af strstu vandamlum samtmans, sem brnt s a bregast vi? Og hvernig tli standi v a forstjrar strstu oluflaganna eru ornir sama sinnis?

Stefn Gslason, 9.7.2008 kl. 23:50

Bta vi athugasemd

Ekki er lengur hgt a skrifa athugasemdir vi frsluna, ar sem tmamrk athugasemdir eru liin.


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