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Clarification on recent press coverage of Nature Geoscience paper

A number of articles have asserted that our recent study in Nature Geoscience indicates that global temperatures are not rising as fast as predicted by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), and hence that action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions is no longer urgent. Both assertions are false.

Halfway to doubling of CO2 radiative forcing

The doubling of atmospheric CO2 concentrations has become a standard experiment in climate science, and a convenient way of comparing the sensitivity of different climate models.

New hopes for limiting warming to 1.5°C

Significant emission reductions are required if we are to achieve one of the key goals of the Paris Agreement, and limit the increase in global average temperatures to 1.5°C; a new Oxford University partnership warns.

COMMENTARY: Did 1.5°C suddenly get easier?

COMMENTARY: A new paper suggests a rather significant upward revision of the carbon budget for 1.5°C. This is a potential game changer, but it is too early to reformulate mitigation plans.

New frontiers in green finance

What do Islamic investors and EU bureaucrats have in common? Both have entered the green bond market this summer.

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Recent publications

Municipalities as Frontrunners in Mitigation of Climate Change: Does Soft Regulation Make a Difference?

Sjur Kasa, Hege Westskog, Larry Rose

Air pollution impacts due to petroleum extraction in the Norwegian Sea during the ACCESS aircraft campaign

Paolo Tuccella, J.L. Thomas, K.S. Law, JC Raut, Louis Marelle-Sebrechts, A. Roiger, B. Weinzierl, H.A.C. Denier van der Gon, H. Schlager, T. Onishi

Variability in seasonal forecast skill of Northern Hemisphere winters over the twentieth century

Christopher H O'Reilly, James Heatley, Dave Macleod, Antje Weisheimer, Tim N. Palmer, Nathalie Schaller, Tim Woollings

Towards extended shared socioeconomic pathways: A combined participatory bottom-up and top-down methodology with results from the Barents region

Annika Nilsson, Ingrid Agathe Bay-Larsen, Henrik Carlsen, Bob van Oort, Maiken Bjørkan, Kirsti Jylha, Elena M. Klyuchnikova, Vladimir Masloboev, Lize-Marié van der Watt

The polarization of public concern about climate change in Norway

Marianne Aasen