Hello and welcome to my Nuzzel newsletter!
(background in hydrometeorology, climate research, aviation weather forecasting, automated observing networks and the impacts of air pollution on health.)
“There's an inevitability about [congestion charging],” the Commissioner of Transport for London told me on a metro ride on June 10. Mike Brown added that “it'll come” even to those cities run by politicians who fear…
Bill PugsleyWe are not fighting against the ownership of cars; we are fighting against the use of cars. We are fighting against those people using cars for short distances. We have to increase awareness about the damage caused by this kind of car use.”
Example of extra observations assimilated in a single data assimilation cycle as a result of changes in ECMWF's Integrated Forecasting System being implemented on 11 June. ECMWF is implementing a substantial upgrade of its Integrated Forecasting…
Bill PugsleyECMWF is implementing a substantial upgrade of its Integrated Forecasting System (IFS) today. Find out how the upgrade will improve our global weather forecasts
The Globe and Mail
– Jun 10, 2019, 2:00 AM
Plenty of American states have higher speed limits than we do and they're doing just fine. Is there evidence that their roads are any more dangerous than ours? I think they're probably safer because the limits are set at the speeds people actually…
Bill PugsleyOntario plans to raise speed limits. Will that make roads safer or more dangerous?
– Jun 8, 2019, 3:28 AM
The US is critically insufficient and China is insufficient. India is on track to a 2.0C-degree level. With the release of the IPCC Special Report on 1.5 °C the CAT updated its benchmark emissions pathways in 2018 (for more info also see here)…