Climate 201: What on Earth is a Carbon Budget?

  • Disagreement about what “surface temperature” actually refers to.
  • The definition of the “pre-industrial” period.
  • What observational temperature datasets should be used.
  • What happens to non-CO2 factors that influencing the climate.
  • Whether Earth-system feedbacks like melting permafrost are taken into account.

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