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Climate change and environmental science

Collision Course: Development Pushes Amazonia Toward Its Tipping Point
The Amazon Rainforest will pass its “tipping point” by 2064 unless change takes place, the author argues
Open Access peer-reviewed research published in Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development

Shape matters: reducing people’s exposure to poor air quality using sculpted infrastructure elements
A study showing how curved road barriers could deflect pollution away from pedestrians and back onto the road
Open Access peer-reviewed research published in Cities & Health

Decarbonising the critical sectors of aviation, shipping, road freight and industry to limit warming to 1.5–2°C
Demonstrating how achieving net zero CO2 emissions is possible in aviation, shipping and road freight
Open Access peer-reviewed research published in Climate Policy

Recent advances in polar low research: current knowledge, challenges and future perspectives
Arctic storms: reviewing how scientists are improving forecasts of dangerous polar lows
Open Access peer-reviewed review article published in Tellus A: Dynamic Meteorology and Oceanography

A factor of two: how the mitigation plans of ‘climate progressive’ nations fall far short of Paris-compliant pathways
Quoted by Greta Thunberg, highlighting countries’ CO2 emission target failures
Open Access peer-reviewed research published in Climate Policy

Upward-scaling tipping cascades to meet climate goals: plausible grounds for hope
Positive "tipping points" could spark cascading changes that accelerate action on climate change, this study shows
Free to access peer-reviewed research published in Climate Policy

Including animal to plant protein shifts in climate change mitigation policy: a proposed three-step strategy
Urgent need to reduce meat and dairy consumption to meet climate targets, say experts as its shown the livestock sector could use almost half of the 1.5 degree C greenhouse gas emission budget allowed by 2030
Free to access peer-reviewed research published in Climate Policy

China's changing economy: implications for its carbon dioxide emissions
This analysis concludes that China's CO2 emissions from energy are likely to slow, if in fact they grow at all.
Free to access peer-reviewed research published in Climate Policy

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