Climate and land-use changes reduce the benefits of terrestrial protected areas

Nature Climate Change, Published online: 25 November 2021; doi:10.1038/s41558-021-01223-2

The authors project future rates of temporal and spatial displacement of climate and land-use in protected areas (PAs), and show that more than one-quarter of the world’s PAs are highly threatened, with particular risk to PAs across tropical moist and grassland biomes.

Demand-side solutions to climate change mitigation consistent with high levels of well-being

Nature Climate Change, Published online: 25 November 2021; doi:10.1038/s41558-021-01219-y

Evaluation of mitigation actions often focuses on cost and overlooks the direct effects on well-being. This work shows demand-side measures have large mitigation potential and beneficial effects on well-being outcomes.

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Germany to quit coal by 2030 under coalition agreement, aiming for 1.5C path

A “traffic light coalition” of centre-left, green and pro-business parties has agreed to strengthen climate policies in the next German government

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Germany to quit coal by 2030 under coalition agreement, aiming for 1.5C path

A “traffic light coalition” of centre-left, green and pro-business parties has agreed to strengthen climate policies in the next German government

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Holiday Pies Pricey? – It’s Climate Change

Diana Olick of CNBC continues as best of the best on the economic impacts of climate change and weather extremes.

India ‘cannot escape’ coal phasedown, top coal ministry official says

An estimated 13-20 million workers in India depend on coal assets for their livelihoods, raising the need for a transition plan and financial support

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