On the way to Glasgow, UK, for COP26 and Kunming, China, for COP15, explore the latest content from our network of scientists and change-makers:
There is growing evidence of how water crises affect migration and displacement. We spoke to Nidhi Nagabhatla to find out more.
Curbing greenhouse gas emissions in line with the Paris Agreement will require greater action from all stakeholders – policy-makers, cities, regions, businesses, investors and society-at-large.
Carbon dioxide removal technologies remain largely untested, and are not a substitute for the immediate and radical cuts to greenhouse gas emissions required to keep humanity safe.
Featured publications from our network:
Published by The Science Academies of the Group of Seven (G7) nations
By Anna Barford, Anthony Mugeere, Rachel Proefke and Barbara Stocking. Published by the British Academy.
Published by the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) and the International Science Council.
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Photo: Bell’s bridge in Glasgow leads towards the Scottish Event Campus, where COP26 will take place (Dun Deagh via Flickr).