The Channel Islands has two passionate XR groups located on the two largest islands: Jersey and Guernsey. We would love to hear from you, so please get in touch with your local group and find out more.
Even that 'current policy' range does not reflect all the science on climate sensitivity. The true range is 0.8 C to 7 C.
Of course only one can be right, and that isn't determined by consensus, but by the scientist who understands fully the mechanisms involved....
Remember, there was once a consensus that phlogiston existed, and a consensus that tectonic plate theory was bunkum.
Unable to afford the exorbitant train fare and refusing to fly, a 16-year-old environmental campaigner has decided to cycle 570 miles to the Cop26 summit in Glasgow – and has invited the public to join her for the ride.
Jessie Stevens, from Newton Abbot in south Devon, wants to attend the climate conference in November to “bring youth representation to a conversation often dominated by older voices”. ... See MoreSee Less
I had to drive further down Cornwall yesterday and was really glad to spot a banner drop. It was a XR 'No planet B' on bridge between Truro and Redruth. I tried to flash my lights (which I think I failed in doing), but did manage a beep and wave. I don't think the lone figure in the rain saw me, but I was really glad they had made the effort. ... See MoreSee Less