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    • ...to mitigate and adapt to climate change is extremely difficult to achieve... ...biases that perpetuate polarization over climate change1,2. Because climate change perceptions in children seem less... ...adults towards higher levels of climate concern, and in turn,... ...to climate... ...climate...
  2. Comments and Opinion |

    • The signs of climate change are undeniable, and the... ...discuss the microbial contributions to climate change and consider the effects of... ...flooding and other consequences of climate change on microbial communities in the...
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    • ...measure the impact of global change on natural resources. In... ...we evaluate the impact of climate change with the representative concentration pathway... ...Land model, Environmental Policy Integrated Climate model and WaterGap model)....
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    • ...provide a strong incentive for climate policy through reductions in air... ...taken fully into account, optimal climate policy results in immediate net... ...The global health benefits from climate policy could reach trillions of... ...that nations adopt independently of climate change. Depending...
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    • ...under uncertainty in future regional climate conditions. However, uncertainty in... climate change projections will evolve over the... ...of a dam as new climate observations become available. Flexible... ...is proactively designed to be changed in the future have the... ...planning under climate...
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    • Arctic feedbacks accelerate climate change through carbon releases from thawing... ...subsequent impacts on the global climate and economy under the Paris... ...is increasingly positive in warmer climates, while the albedo feedback... ...mean discounted economic effect of climate change: +4.0% ($...
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    • ...impacts and economic effects of climate change across multiple sectors. This... ...diversity and magnitude of future climate impacts and explore how mitigation... ...modelling framework to project how climate change will affect 22 impact sectors... ...of projected changes across the...
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    • ...need for skilful predictions of climate up to a decade ahead... . Decadal climate predictions show high skill for... ...can be too small in climate models, requiring a very... ...Our results show that decadal climate is more predictable than previously... ...adapt to, ongoing climate... ...change...
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    • Climate change is among the most important... ...are under extreme risk from climate changes given their evolutionary history and... ...different climatic scenarios to assess changes in projected suitable habitats of... ...shifts in response to projected climate change. We found that the...
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    • ...interactions and feedbacks among groundwater, climate and multiple ES remain less... ...responses under wet and dry climate extremes. Climate mediates groundwater effects, such... ...ES have synergies during dry climate, but trade-offs (groundwater... ...others) under wet climate. There is...changes
  12. Reviews |

    • ...relationships between aspects of current climate and future change across an ESM ensemble.... ...could reduce uncertainty surrounding future change. Here, we articulate a... ...the variables most relevant to climate projections. Looking forward, there... ...help identify climate system...
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    • ...in articulating human dimensions of climate change lies in translating global climate forecasts into impact assessments that... ...are intuitive to the public. Climate-analog mapping involves matching the... expected future climate at a location (e.... ...) with current climate of another,...
  14. Reviews |

    • ...2002, the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) has enabled... ...glacier mass balance, sea level change and ocean bottom pressure variations... ...well as understanding responses to changes in the global climate system. Initially a pioneering... ...of important climate trends,...
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    • ...and withstand the effects of climate change5,6. Characterizing the... ...species. Our analyses indicate that climate variables—in particular, climatically... ...which seasonally cold and dry climates inhibit decomposition, and is... ...warm-and-wet climates enhance decomposition.... ...climate...
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    • ...what extent current and future climate change impacts biodiversity across different spatial... ...a clear information on different climate change metrics across fine spatial scales... ...we present an analysis of climate change and climate change velocity at a local scale... ...seasonal climate...
  18. News and Views |

    • ...cost-effective ways to address climate change and can complement more substantive... climate policies. But, new research...
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    • ...the ensemble-based predictions of climate change and the corresponding hydrological impact... ...for the development of robust climate adaptation plans. Although the... ...on the hydrological analysis of climate change has not been studied enough...
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    • ...factors which may potentially impact climate of the Pleistocene: internal climate dynamics, gradual trends, variations... ...under long-term trends in climate, the strong glacial cycles... ...obliquity oscillation phase-locks the climate cycles through the meridional gradient...
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    • ...strategy to support pathways for climate stabilization. However, methane leakage... ...emissions of a variety of climate forcers call the net benefits... ...-gas shift is consistent with climate stabilization objectives for the next...
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    • ...play in designing and implementing climate policies that will help overcome... ...history of contributing to multilevel climate governance and supporting experiments in... local climate action in many countries.... In Brazil, urban climate experimentation has increased since 2005... ...climate...
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    • ...society is particularly vulnerable to climate change. The representation of convection... in climate models has so far restricted... ...simulate African weather extremes, limiting climate change predictions. Here we show... results from climate change experiments with a convection-permitting...
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    • ...found to respond differently to climate change across altitudinal gradients, but... ...height and density) vs. climate gradient remain unclear. We... ...northeast China, and examined how climate gradient, forest type, height... ...indices (RWI) with historical climate. We used BIC based...
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    • Climate change is asymmetrically altering environmental conditions... ...behavioural responses of generalists to climate change rewire food webs in two... ...in topological rewiring — a change in the patterning of food... ...interaction strength rewiring — changes that reroute energy and...
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    • Climate change is shaping extreme heat and... ...attributed single extreme events to climate change by comparing climate model experiments where the influence... ...risk of extreme events to climate change. This study illustrates the... ...to provide trustworthy assessments of climate change impacts.
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    • ...We examine the impact of changes in land use and land... ...combinations of socioeconomic pathways and climate outcomes, and find that... ..., however, suggest that limiting climate change and eutrophication can be achieved... concurrently. Precipitation changes will further exacerbate loading,...
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    • Anthropogenic climate change ranks among the major global... ...fail to adapt to those changes. Accumulating evidence reveals the... ...traits influence population responses to climate change remains largely unexplored. The... ...historical invasions of cold climates, increases extinction risks...
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    • An understanding of climate variability, trends, and prediction... ...LCB) are highly vulnerable to changing climate, in the present study,... ...was used to examine the climate variability and trends for the... ...1951–2015 using observed and Climate Research Unit (CRU) data...
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    • ...and mild-to-severe future climate scenarios. Our results suggest... ...Projected effects of three future climate scenarios vary from no change in potential production to decreases... ...even under land-use and climate changes, and the value of...
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    • ...these wetlands in conjunction with changes in climate are daunting yet critical to... ...pathways. Here, we assess changes in waterbird use of North... ...by examining water availability and climate trends over the past 100... ...recent (1980–2015) climate warming has significantly reduced...changes
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  42. Research |

    • ...However, they are vulnerable to climate change, for example through shorter... ...numerical lake model to assess climate change impacts on mixing regimes in... ...projections of twenty-first-century climate under two emissions scenarios.... ...projected to undergo changes in their mixing...
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    • ...explore the plethora of possible climate evolutions, we investigate here... pollutant spreading in climate realizations of two climate models to learn what the... ...spreading behavior is over a climate change. An overall decrease in... ...in the ensembles of both climate models. This results in...
  44. Comments and Opinion |

    • ...students striking for action on climate change admirably display civic engagement on... ...and political questions central to climate action.
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    • ...global dust cycle and the climate system might have amplified past... climate changes. Yet, it remains unclear... what role the dust–climate feedback will play in future... anthropogenic climate change. Here, we estimate the... direct dust–climate feedback, arising from changes in the dust...
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  47. Reviews |

    • ...already experiencing the impacts of climate change, from increased operational costs... ...as the physical consequences of climate change become financially material. In... ...spots in companies’ assessments of climate change impacts and in their development... ...that consider broader climate...
  48. Research |

    • ...aggregated risks, it may increase climate risks for some regions8–10... ...locations that see their local climate change exacerbated or moderated by SG... ...over any Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Special Report on...
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    • ...regions of the world, current climate change projections are only available at... ...coarser spatial resolution from Global Climate Models (GCMs) that cannot... ...assessment studies require high-resolution climate data to drive impact assessment... ...station based climate projection (...
  50. Editorial |

    • ...a Swedish teenager, has put climate change back on the political radar... ...youth will experience longer term climate change impacts more than those in...