Human-induced erosion has offset one-third of carbon emissions from land cover change

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Shifting rainfall patterns, extreme heat and the El Niño event of 2015–2016 have left East Africa on the brink of a humanitarian crisis. March...

Erratum: Forecasting societies' adaptive capacities through a demographic metabolism model

Nature Climate Change 7, 177–184 (2017); published online 2 March 2017; corrected after print 2 March 2017. Owing to technical problems, this Perspective was published...

Early benefits of mitigation in risk of regional climate extremes

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Managed retreat as a response to natural hazard risk

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Addendum: Biomass enables the transition to a carbon-negative power system across western North America

Nature Climate Change 5, 230–234 (2015); published online 9 February 2015; addendum published after print 2 March 2017. The authors omitted to cite a paper32...

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A rapid stream of policy changes and an unprecedented public reaction marked the first weeks of the Trump presidency. In response to signs from...

Forest Policy: Media influence on debate

Climatic Change http://doi.org/bzpd (2017) Reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD+) is an important instrument for mitigating climate change, particularly in forest-rich countries like...

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So why did rural Nebraska become the centre of the KXL debate? The original KXL route traversed through the ecologically sensitive Nebraskan Sandhills, which...

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