looks like we're cooked no matter what!

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    Don't know what 'modelling' they've done but things don't look to good.

    (Personally I think the last paragraph is what they should be concentrating on.)

    Snipet......." If the federal and other international governments meet their targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, there's still likely to be a global temperature increase of around four degrees by the end of the century, according to leading client scientists meeting in Melbourne tomorrow.

    That's double the increase most scientists believe is safe for humanity.

    And a new paper by the CSIRO says Australia's ability to feed itself could be under threat by as early of 2050 as the face of agriculture is dramatically transformed...."

    "...The Four Degrees conference at Melbourne University will also discuss how cities can adapt to hotter and more extreme weather."

    Full text: http://www.abc.net.au/lateline/content/2011/s3267079.htm

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