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A sizeable portion of recent studies on future climate impacts have focused on a warming scenario called “RCP8.5”. This high-emissions ..read more
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Peter Pfleiderer is a researcher at the Humboldt University, Berlin. Dr Kai Kornhuber is postdoctoral researcher at the Earth Institute, ..read more
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The increased growth rate of plants seen worldwide in response to rising CO2 levels – a phenomenon known as “global greening” –  ..read more
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Africa’s tropical land released close to 6bn tonnes of CO2 in 2016, according to data taken by satellites. This means that, if Africa’ ..read more
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Dr Christine Shearer is a researcher and analyst for the US-based energy research group Global Energy Monitor. The global coal fleet ..read more
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Solar power has become cheaper than grid electricity across China, a development that could boost the prospects of industrial and ..read more
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This morning in Geneva, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) published its special report on climate change and land. The ..read more
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Prof Declan Conway is a professorial research fellow at the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at the ..read more
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Desertification has been described as the “the greatest environmental challenge of our time” and climate change is making it worse. ..read more
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A lack of nutrients in Amazonian soil could restrict the forest’s ability to soak up emissions and lead to climate change progressing ..read more

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