The climate change debate and potential solutions thread

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    That seems excessive. I got my bachelors degree in earth and ocean science in three years.

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    You don't even have to graduate or follow course framework if you don't want to - you could just sign up to random papers on topics you are interested in. kiwi is retired already

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    Yeah I was thinking of a full (and useful) qualification rather than papers of interest, sorry if that’s not what you meant Kiwi. Specialist stuff like climate science papers will likely have prerequisites that require lower level courses. I was looking (for my own research/career purposes) at MSc level papers purely because I already have a BSc Hons and don’t need anything lower level.

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    SirGrim wrote:
    You don't even have to graduate or follow course framework if you don't want to - you could just sign up to random papers on topics you are interested in. kiwi is retired already
    That sounds like a plan. Maybe a selection of completed papers may lead to a degree in time.

    And Gneiss, you were right, I was thinking about a formal qualification like a degree in due course

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    Carbon Taxes need to rise from $2 a tonne to $75 a tonne --- says IMF.

    Did not realise it was so low .... only $2 a tonne

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    KiwiTT wrote:
    And Gneiss, you were right, I was thinking about a formal qualification like a degree in due course
    There are also Undergraduate Diplomas if you do not want to commit to a Bachelor's

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    Gesellschaft wrote:
    There are also Undergraduate Diplomas if you do not want to commit to a Bachelor's
    Cool ... will look into that too