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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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May 9, 2013
As the Ice2sea project nears completion, David Vaughan gives an update on the latest thinking in sea-level rise.
Apr 22, 2013
Researchers team up to investigate ice sheet's future
Feb 20, 2013
Lydia Olander, Eva Wollenberg, Francesco Tubiello and Martin Herold introduce the ERL Focus Issue
Feb 6, 2013
Climate scientist Kevin Anderson believes scientists at the interface of climate and policy may have used naive assumptions when modelling for a 2°C target
Jan 30, 2013
Eric Kemp-Benedict gives his take on Vanessa Schweizer and Elmar Kriegler's analysis in ERL of the IPCC's Special Report on Emissions Scenarios (SRES)
Jan 9, 2013
In 2004 Pacala and Socolow argued that using existing technologies to deploy seven "stabilization wedges" could solve the climate problem. In light of the delay in major action, Steven Davis, Long Cao, Ken Caldeira and Martin Hoffert now reckon that at least 19 wedges, each ultimately representing 1 Gigatonne of saved carbon emissions each year, will be required, involving a "fundamental overhaul of the global energy system"
Nov 21, 2012
Edward Hanna discusses the latest study in ERL
Nov 14, 2012
But it’s in need of “revitalization from the base”, heard delegates at the Cardiff International Conference on Sustainable Place Making