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March 2016 Quarterly Science Supplement
In this quarterly Science Supplement we examine the following global change topics: THE UNPRECEDENTED SPEED [AND COST] OF SEA LEVEL RISE, REGIONAL IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ARE INCONGRUOUS WITH RESPONSIBILITY, and ADVANCES IN SOLAR ENERGY.
List of all Quarterly Science Supplements
Cities on the Frontlines of Climate Change Impacts and Response • Mortality in a Changing Climate
Counting Carbon: Is the CO2 Uptake by the Land Changing? • Putting a Price on Health Impacting Pollutants
From Paris to Marrakech - Priorities, Progress, and Obstacles
In-Depth Commentary on Recent Climate Research
India's Pathways to Meeting its Renewable Energy Goals • Getting Near Zero: Emissions Paths and Energy Technologies
Sea Level Rise Speed & Cost • Regional Impacts • Advances in Solar Energy
In this quarterly Science Supplement we examine the following global change topics: THE CALIFORNIA DROUGHT AND CLIMATE CHANGE, and THE CHANGE IN DISCOURSE BEFORE COP21 IN PARIS.
In this AGCI Quarterly Science Supplement we examine the following global change topics: ANALOGS OF OUR FUTURE: SEA LEVEL RISE OF ~6 METERS, DIVERSITY IN DRIVERS OF INTERNATIONAL CLIMATE CHANGE AWARENESS & RISK PERCEPTION, and SUCCESSES AND CHALLENGES OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION LEGISLATION
In this quarterly Science Supplement we examine the following global change topics: The Psychology of Sustainable Transitions, Plotting Future Socioeconomic Scenarios, Natural Gas versus Coal: Comparing Climate Benefits Over Time, and Timing of Benefit from Avoided CO2 Emissions.
In this quarterly Science Supplement we examine the following global change topics: Technological Innovation: Promise and Pitfalls of BECCS, Advances in Observations: Tracking Methane Emissions from Space, and Policy Perspective: Loss and Damage from Climate Change.
AGCI has become an intellectual proving ground, a ferment for new ideas and concepts, and a place where the different disciplines actually talk, and progress. Hal Harvey
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The Aspen Global Change Institute has been the most prominent place for developing interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary dialogues between scientists and practitioners.Guy Brasseur
We are called to be architects of the future, not its victims. R. Buckminster Fuller