Nature Outlook 

Climate change

Nature Outlook: Climate change 

Faced with a warming planet, scientists tired of inaction are seeking technical and political solutions to a truly global problem. This Outlook discusses the wide array of marine life that is threatened by acidifying oceans, and how species are struggling to adapt. It also takes a look at the latest approaches to carbon capture, storage and use and at how some scientists are swapping research for politics to spur climate action.

Nature Outlook: Climate change is an editorially independent supplement to Nature produced with the financial support from a third party. About this content.

Nature is pleased to acknowledge financial support from Mars, Incorporated in producing this Outlook. The sponsor retains sole responsibility for the following messages.

Mars, Incorporated is a private, family-owned business with more than a century of history and some of the best-loved brands in the world including M&M'S®, PEDIGREE®, DOUBLEMINT® and UNCLE BEN'S®. Headquartered in McLean, VA, Mars has more than $35 billion in sales from six diverse business segments: Petcare, Chocolate, Wrigley, Food, Drinks and Symbioscience. More than 80,000 Associates across 78 countries are united by the company's Five Principles: Quality, Efficiency, Responsibility, Mutuality and Freedom and strive every day to create relationships with stakeholders that deliver growth we are proud of as a company.

The partnership between Mars, Incorporated and the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings started over ten years ago. Mars hosts events at the meetings on some of the critical issues of our time with the aim to foster discussions across disciplines and capture a wide range of perspectives. Mars also supports young researchers to participate at the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings and collaborates with Nature to make the dialogue at Lindau accessible to a global scientific audience.

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