Climate negotiations are getting closer, so it is time to get another rash of tipping points if we don’t act right now to save the planet. How about a sea level rise tipping point?Green Left Weekly thinks we have a new one, New report: Ocean warming passes tipping point
A sea level rise of 3.2 mm/year is past the tipping point. This is based the NOAA climate.gov, State of the Climate report, which appears to have been written by the AMS.
I think I’ve been reading about climate tipping points that we will pass if we don’t do something by a climate conference just a few months away for the last 15 or 20 years. Aren’t there fables about crying wolf or the sky falling?