• Even large artificial removal of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere cannot stop sea level rise, say Katarzyna B Tokarska and Kirsten Zickfeld (2015 Environ. Res. Lett. 10 094013)

• Novel adaptation method supports long-term planning for ecosystem services under climate change, according to M Petr et al in the ERL Focus on Climate and Climate Impact Projections for Adaptation Strategies

• International climate negotiations can translate temperature targets into more tangible long-term zero emission goals (Joeri Rogelj et al 2015 Environ. Res. Lett. 10 105007 in the ERL Focus on Cumulative Emissions, Global Carbon Budgets and the Implications for Climate Mitigation Targets)

• New study of the water supply for Southern California reveals local recycled water has higher carbon footprint than some imported sources (A J Fang et al 2015 Environ. Res. Lett. 10 114002)

• National political context shapes the impacts of park law enforcement on wildlife and local livelihoods, according to Daniel C Miller et al in the ERL Focus on Conservation in Africa: Exploring the Impact of Social, Economic, and Political Drivers on Conservation Outcomes

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