In a recent article for The Guardian, ERG Alumnus Zeke Hausfather speaks on climate predictions and adjusting forecasts for global warming, especially for the best and worst-case scenarios.
“It is moderately good news. It reduces the likelihood of some of the catastrophically high estimates. If we were planning for the worst, the worst has become less likely. But fundamentally, it means we must do more to limit climate change. We are not anywhere near on track to do that,” Hausfather states.
Read the full article here.