Ecosocialist resources, 58

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No more pause: Warming will be non-stop from now on
The slowdown in global warming since 1997 seems to be driven by unusually powerful winds over the Pacific Ocean, which are burying heat in the water. But even if that happens again, or a volcanic eruption spews cooling particles into the air, we are unlikely to see a similar hiatus, according to two independent studies.
Michael Slezak
New Scientist

Choking the oceans with plastic
The real challenge is to combat an economic model that thrives on wasteful products and packaging, and leaves the associated problem of clean-up costs. Changing the way we produce and consume plastics is a challenge greater than reining in our production of carbon dioxide.
Charles J. Moore
New York Times

Irreversible damage seen from climate change in UN leak
Global warming already is affecting “all continents and across the oceans,” and further pollution from heat-trapping gases will raise the likelihood of “severe, pervasive and irreversible impacts for people and ecosystems,” according to a leaked draft United Nations report obtained by Bloomberg News
Alex Morales
Bloomberg News 

New study provides more evidence that global warming ‘pause’ is a myth
It’s one of the most oft-used arguments put forth by climate deniers: that there has been “no global warming” for the last 17 years, as evidenced by a supposed lack of increase in global average surface temperature. It’s also one of the most oft-debunked, as overwhelming evidence has shown that most of the heat generated from increased carbon emissions gets absorbed into the ocean
Emily Atkin
Climate Progress

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