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解説:「共通社会経済経路(SSP)」で未来の気候変動を探る

ここ数年、気候科学者、経済学者、エネルギーシステムモデル研究者による国際チームは、次の100年ほどの間... Read More

Translations | Jul 28. 2021.
People ride on a waterlogged road in Zhengzhou after torrential rains

State of the climate: 2021 sees widespread climate extremes despite a cool start

While the early months of 2021 have been cooler than much of the past decade, global temperatures have risen in recent months as the effects of La Ni... Read More

State of the climate | Jul 26. 2021.
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Explication: Le réchauffement climatique s'arrêtera-t-il dès que les émissions nettes seront nulles?

Les médias affirment souvent que le monde est confronté à un "réchauffement déjà acté pour l’avenir” en raison des émissions passées, ce... Read More

Emissions | May 7. 2021.
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Explainer: Will global warming ‘stop’ as soon as net-zero emissions are reached?

Media reports frequently claim that the world is facing “committed warming” in the future as a result of past emissions, meaning higher temperatu... Read More

Emissions | Apr 29. 2021.
Algal bloom in lake Kochelsee in Bavaria

Climate change could cause ‘irreversible impacts’ to lake ecosystems

New research shows that lake “stratification periods” – a seasonal separation of water into layers – will last longer in a warmer climate. ... Read More

Temperature | Apr 19. 2021.

Mapped: How climate change affects extreme weather around the world

In the early 2000s, a new field of climate-science research emerged that began to explore the human fingerprint on extreme weather, such as floods, h... Read More

Attribution | Feb 25. 2021.
Morning mist at sunrise in Sparks Lake, Central Oregon

Lake heatwaves will be ‘hotter and longer’ by the end of the century

Climate change is causing “lake heatwaves” to become more frequent, intense and long-lasting, a new study warns.  The research, publishe... Read More

Heatwaves | Jan 20. 2021.
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State of the climate: 2020 ties as warmest year on record

With all the official climate data now in, the world’s surface temperatures in 2020 have been confirmed as effectively tied with 2016 as the warmes... Read More

State of the climate | Jan 14. 2021.
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Analysis: Why the new Met Office temperature record shows faster warming since 1970s

The first major update of the UK Met Office’s global temperature dataset in eight years moves it from one of the slowest warming records to the fas... Read More

Temperature | Dec 17. 2020.
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Emissions cuts in line with Paris Agreement would see benefits ‘within two decades’

Reducing global emissions in line with the Paris Agreement’s goals would have a clear impact on global temperatures within two decades, a new study... Read More

Temperature | Dec 7. 2020.
Dubai Marina skyscrapers at sunset with heat haze. May 2017. Andrew Deer / Alamy Stock Photo

Analysis: When might the world exceed 1.5C and 2C of global warming?

Under the Paris Agreement adopted in 2015, virtually all the world’s nations pledged to limit global warming to “well below” 2C above pre-indus... Read More

Temperature | Dec 4. 2020.
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