The climate situation may be even worse than you think. In the first of three features, Richard Monastersky looks at evidence that keeping carbon dioxide beneath dangerous levels is tougher than previously thought.
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Monastersky, R. Climate crunch: A burden beyond bearing. Nature 458, 1091–1094 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1038/4581091a
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