That’s the title of my talk at the University of Houston-Clear Lake tonight at 6 pm (info here).
In the long-term, the answer is kind of obvious:
- Science: CO2 levels haven’t been this high for 15 million years, when it was 5° to 10°F warmer and seas were 75 to 120 feet higher “” “We have shown that this dramatic rise in sea level is associated with an increase in CO2 levels of about 100 ppm.”
- Why future Katrinas and Gustavs will be MUCH worse at landfall, Part 2
But I welcome thoughts on what message would be worthwhile to deliver right now.