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  • Assessing "dangerous climate change": required reduction of carbon emissions to protect young people, future generations and nature. 

    Hansen, J; Kharecha, P; Sato, M; Masson-Delmotte, V; Ackerman, F; Beerling, DJ; Hearty, PJ; Hoegh-Guldberg, O; Hsu, S-L; Parmesan, C; Rockstrom, J; Rohling, EJ; Sachs, J; Smith, P; Steffen, K; Van Susteren, L; von Schuckmann, K; Zachos, JC (United States, 2013)
    We assess climate impacts of global warming using ongoing observations and paleoclimate data. We use Earth's measured energy imbalance, paleoclimate data, and simple representations of the global carbon cycle and temperature ...
  • Scientific Case for Avoiding Dangerous Climate Change to Protect Young People and Nature 

    Hansen, J; Kharecha, P; Sato, M; Ackerman, F; Hearty, PJ; Hoegh-Guldberg, O; Hsu, S-L; Krueger, F; Parmesan, C; Rahmstorf, S; Rockstrom, J; Rohling, EJ; Sachs, J; Smith, P; Steffen, K; Susteren, LV; Schuckmann, KV; Zachos, JC (2012-03-23)
    Global warming due to human-made gases, mainly CO2, is already 0.8{\deg}C and deleterious climate impacts are growing worldwide. More warming is 'in the pipeline' because Earth is out of energy balance, with absorbed solar ...

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