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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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Apr 11, 2014
How will public research spending affect the future costs of nuclear power? Varun Rai examines a study that asked the experts.
Mar 25, 2014
Saran Sohi of the UK Biochar Research Centre explains what we need to learn before large-scale commercialization of biochar to store carbon and boost crop yields
Mar 13, 2014
Over the last 10 years, tags attached to elephant seals in Antarctica have beamed back information on the state of the oceans. Kate Ravilious casts an eye over what we’ve learned as a result.
Jan 27, 2014
James Screen's paper in ERL contributes additional evidence that Arctic sea-ice loss is partly responsible for shifting weather patterns, says Jennifer Francis
Jan 13, 2014
There are two camps of thought on whether temperature variability is increasing, say Lisa Alexander and Sarah Perkins, but the impact from increases in heatwaves will be a major problem.
Dec 6, 2013
Beate Liepert examines progress in our understanding of atmospheric rivers
Nov 12, 2013
Fritz Reusswig reckons that once the issue of climate change attribution can be regarded as settled, new questions and controversies arise.
Oct 18, 2013
Superconductors could cut carbon emissions by boosting power transmission, transforming wind energy, creating more efficient supercomputers for climate models, enabling renewable energy storage, aiding train travel, and more, says a review in Superconductor Science and Technology.