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Guy Lambot

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  • Comment on: Climate change is too important for grandstanding

    Guy Lambot's comment 21 May, 2019 12:02 pm

    https://www.newscientist.com/article/2203700-sea-level-rise-could-hit-2-metres-by-2100-much-worse-than-feared/ = reality. Every scientific report suggesting far, far worse outcomes that originally thought. What do I suggest to my near 14 descendants living in coastal Clacton; wait for 50 years for their existing social housing to get 150mm rockwool insulation grant? How would the climate sceptics converse with my wheelchair bound friend Trevor, a perfectly healthy early 1950's baby, who contracted polio as a result of the second order effects of the Canvey Island floods? This is very ordinary concern, from very ordinary people, or is Trevor a zealot?

  • Comment on: Zealots are the last people you should rely on in an emergency

    Guy Lambot's comment 14 May, 2019 10:01 am

    Sorry Paul, but having been into construction since before 1969, and having experienced actual practical climate change in London since the early 1950's; I have to agree with Robert Sakula.

  • Comment on: London ‘should follow New York’ in banning glass towers

    Guy Lambot's comment 26 April, 2019 1:01 pm

    As a retired 66 year old I can remember thick ice on the inside of a single glazed E17 bedroom window circa 1957. In 2019 ice seems to have disappeared from next door E4. I estimate the average annual E4/E17 1950's to 2019 thermal comfort temperature rise to be in the region of 10 degrees C. I am not sure where 1.5 degrees C in the Paris accord comes from; are they using a different thermometer? The 10 degrees C is subjective and is due, in my opinion to a) climate change and b) in densely populated London comes from the the humongous urban heat island effect. Standing on a London Bridge platform in the last 3 months I was downhearted to realise that what I was looking up at (Shard) was to all intents and purposes a vertical greenhouse. PS can remember getting heavily into primary energy saving designs in the mid 1970's......