You can access my blogs dealing with climate change in general from this page.

My material on the impact of animal agriculture on climate change can be found here.

I’d love to hear your thoughts, so why not leave some comments at the end of any blog that you’re interested in.

Are we witnessing abrupt climate change?

The clouds begin to thin over the Arctic Ocean Aug. 19, 2009.

Letters in newspapers


Can insurers cope with climate change?


Potential acceleration in global warming


Climate action


What’s going on at the Guardian?


On the edge of a climate change precipice


The climate crisis requires emergency action


Extended scenarios required when considering impacts of climate change


Surprise, surprise, it’s hot!


Some impacts of the climate crisis on specific industry sectors


Update on Risk Management, Insurance and the Climate Crisis


Risk Management, Insurance and the Climate Crisis


Some quotations on the climate crisis


Relax, have a cigarette and forget about climate change


Quantifying the cost of environmental damage


A climate system on steroids


Viva la Vegan

Here’s a list of my earlier articles dealing with climate change in general from the Viva la Vegan website:

Superstorm Sandy and Climate Change

Climate change: Two presentations and an alarming update

Relax, have a cigarette and forget about climate change

Have the dominoes begun to fall?

Solar Or Soy: Which is better for the planet? (Part 2)

Solar or Soy: which is better for the planet? (Part 1)

Earlier Presentations and Papers

PresentationClimate change tipping points and their implications


Description: Climate presentation including links to what I believe are dramatic videos of what’s happening to the Greenland ice sheet and methane escaping from thawing permafrost below a lake in Alaska. (First presented in March, 2012)

Key issues:

  • The science, including amplifying feedbacks
  • Tipping points, including examples and recent developments
    – Arctic sea ice
    – Greenland ice cap
    – Methane clathrates/hydrates (permafrost and ocean sediments)
  • Implications
  • Denialism and media reporting
  • Essential measures