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Klimasensitivität, Leben und die Grenzen der Science-Kultur

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Das IPCC hat mit seinem jüngsten Bericht eine Alarmstimmung ausgelöst. Unter anderem erhöhte es die ,,beste Schätzung“ der Klimasensitivität (Temperaturerhöhung bei Verdoppelung der CO2-Konzentration) von 2,5°C auf 3°C. Ist diese Korrektur der Beginn einer Tendenz? Das Klimaproblem drängt die Science-Kultur, ihre Grenzen zu überschreiten und das Klimasystem als Teil des Klima-Erdsystems zu fassen, wobei zunehmend Lebensphänomene zu berücksichtigen sind. Diese dürften die Sensitivität des Systems besonders beeinflussen.
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Keywords: CERTAINTY; CLIMATE CHANGE; CLIMATE SENSITIVITY; INTERGOVERNMENTAL PANEL ON CLIMATE CHANGE; IPCC; SCIENCE; SECURITY

Language: German

Document Type: Abstract

Publication date: March 1, 2008

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