Climate change: Disequilibrium will become the norm in the plant communities of the future Global climate change will induce large changes to the plant communities on Earth, but these will typically occur with major time lags. Many plants will remain long after the climate has become unfavorable -- and many new species can take thousands of years to make an appearance. Humans will play a key role in such disequilibrium dynamics.
July 1, 2013 - Science Daily
Stephen Roach in Asia Times Online The longer the world endures mounting imbalances without suffering any serious consequences, the more the financial-market consensus believes this disequilibrium is sustainable,writes Stephen Roach of Morgan Stanley.
Guido Mantega in China Internet Information Center| Today, emerging markets contribute to a better equilibrium in global finance, while developed countries have contributed to disequilibrium,Brazilian Finance Minister Guido Mantega said at the IMF annual meeting in Washington last month.