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Jan 7, 2009
US Climate Change Science Program releases report on abrupt climate change.
Oct 27, 2008
Forum for the Future suggests five likely scenarios for the world in 2050.
Oct 15, 2008
Climate change is already causing disruptions in species ranges but tropical species have fewer options than those at mid-latitudes.
Oct 1, 2008
Physical and social scientists must work together to make and employ the predictions needed to inform policymaking for climate adaptation and mitigation.
Aug 27, 2008
Deforestation and sectoral approach prove key areas for discussion.
Jul 16, 2008
Including ocean acidification worries in carbon regulation would probably lower emissions targets, say researchers.
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Feb 22, 2017
Review finds need to ‘focus on the nitty-gritty’
Feb 15, 2017
Grazers like cattle, sheep and goats help or hinder wildlife depending on factors like the wild animal’s size and need for vegetation cover
Feb 3, 2017
Research review recommends changing grazing regimes
Jan 25, 2017
Information and communication technology will reduce energy consumption only if we deploy it intelligently
Jan 18, 2017
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Environmental Research Letters, researchers cast their eyes forward and back
Jan 10, 2017
Lake ice thinning has important consequences for Arctic lake hydrology, biology and permafrost degradation, says Ben Brock
Dec 15, 2016
The recent study quantifying the expert consensus on whether there's a secret, large-scale atmospheric spraying programme is important because a growing body of research has shown that the public's perception of expert consensus on key societal issues acts as an important 'gateway' to science acceptance, argue Edward Maibach and Sander van der Linden
The spatial distribution of extreme climate events, another climate inequity for the world's most vulnerable people
Dec 8, 2016
Recent research begins to bridge the gap in links between new climate extreme event analyses and local populations' socio-economic characteristics by providing evidence of inequitable spatial impacts from climate extremes on the world's poorest people, says Donna Green
Nov 22, 2016
Environmental scientists’ views on the US presidential election result range from gloom to cautiously defiant optimism, with many calling for better communication and understanding
Nov 17, 2016
Graham K MacDonald, Paolo D'Odorico and David A Seekell reflect on how the global crop water management simulations of Jägermeyr et al could interact with farm size at more local scales, downstream water users at the river basin scale, food trade and demand-side food system strategies at the global scale.