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Katrin Huesken

CEETO Project Coordinator at Biosphere Reserve Southeast-Rügen

EU Climate Action is looking for ideas!

As the impacts of climate change become more frequent and intense, we need urgent action to protect us and our planet.

#ClimateAction #ClimateChange #EUAdaptation #EUGreenDeal #EUhaveyourSay
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Mauro Generali

CEETO Project PP01 Communication Manager at Regione Emilia Romagna - Servizio Aree Protette, Foreste e Sviluppo della Montagna

Hello Katrin,

actually, if we listen to the sound of the IPCC bell alone, clearly the data that emerges may seem worrying but, since making forecasts on the next 50 years, analyzing only what has happened in the last 100 or 200 years at most, can be misleading, I think it is at least appropriate to change for a while the scale of observation, trying to contextualize the phenomenon as part of a much longer evolution of the climate on the Planet.

If we leave the "climatological" approach and scale and adopt a more "geological" approach, in fact, we discover that the evolution of temperatures, sea level and CO2, have already undergone, even without the hand of man, much more significant changes than those we are observing now.
So not to deny the "global warming" but to give it the right dimension, I suggest you to look carefully at the graphs you can see at this link:

https://piccolaeraglaciale.wordpress.com/grafici-delle-reali-temperature-del-passato/

(the site is in Italian but the graphics and captions are in English).

After having taken note of this we can start again to discuss in the right perspective.