Crazy winter

Julian Barg

After a hot summer, we are getting no relief this winter. My friends in Canada are telling me that it’s not much of a winter up there even. A goose even decided that it’s warm enough to hatch goslings, in a place I have visited a couple of times up there. Meanwhile, the Northern half of Europe, where I am from, is seeing record flooding and snow.

If climate change and climate action are on your mind, I recommend you keep these dramatic developments front of mind. Too many emitters try to stall for time. I appreciate every initiative, but… be impatient! Push! Pay attention to timelines! When I see a project that targets 2030, it’s time to ask: what sources of emissions can we turn off next year, even if it would be painful?


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  author = {Barg, Julian},
  title = {Julian Barg: Crazy winter},
  url = {},
  year = {2024}