This must be such a comfort to Hansen, particularly as he seems to be rapidly approaching the state of making the same new friends every day
James Hansen’s latest findings linking extreme weather to climate change is science society cannot afford to ignore.
By Michael E. Mann
For the Daily Climate
The first scientist to alert Americans to the prospect that human-caused climate change and global warming was already upon us was NASA climatologist James Hansen. In a sweltering Senate hall during the hot, dry summer of 1988, Hansen announced that “it is time to stop waffling…. The evidence is pretty strong that the [human-amplified] greenhouse effect is here.”
At the time, many scientists felt his announcement to be premature. I was among them.