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Jessica Metcalf
2017
ABSTRACT: Climate change is likely to profoundly modulate the burden of infectious diseases. However, attributing health impacts to a changing climate requires being able to associate changes in infectious disease incidence with the potentially complex ...
Michael Oppenheimer
2017
Michael Oppenheimer June, 2017 With Maya K. Buchanan, Robert E. Kopp; (Environmental Research Letters, Vol. 12 (2017) 064009) Climate Change Environment Environment and Energy Download File External Link ...
Michael Oppenheimer
2017
Michael Oppenheimer June, 2017 With Solomon Hsiang, Robert Kopp, Amir Jina, James Rising, Michael Delgado, Shashank Mohan, D. J. Rasmussen, Robert Muir-Wood, Paul Wilson, Kate Larsen, Trevor Houser: Science, Vol 356, Issue 6345 Climate Change Finance ...
Michael Oppenheimer
2017
Michael Oppenheimer May, 2017 With Ilissa B. Ocko, Steven P. Hamburg, Daniel J. Jacob, David W. Keith, Nathaniel O. Keohane, Joseph D. Roy-Mayhew, Daniel P. Schrag, Stephen W. Pacala; Science Magazine, Vol. 356, Issue 6337 Climate Change Domestic and ...
Denise Mauzerall
2017
ABSTRACT:  Facing severe air pollution and growing dependence on natural gas imports, the Chinese government plans to increase coal-based synthetic natural gas (SNG) production. Although displacement of coal with SNG benefits air quality, it increases CO2 ...
Michael Oppenheimer
2017
Michael Oppenheimer March, 2017 With Pratikshya Bohra-Mishra, Ruohong Cai, Shuaizhang Feng, Rachel Licker; Popul Environ (2017) 38:286–308DOI 10.1007/s11111-016-0263-x Climate Change Environment Migration Environment and Energy Climate Change ...
Elke Weber
2017
Policymakers involved in climate change negotiations are key users of climate science. It is therefore vital to understand how to communicate scientific information most effectively to this group1. We tested how a unique sample of policymakers and ...
Michael Oppenheimer
2017
ABSTRACT:  The reasons for concern framework communicates scientific understanding about risks in relation to varying levels of climate change. The framework, now a cornerstone of the IPCC assessments, aggregates global risks into ve categories as a ...
Michael Oppenheimer
2017
Michael Oppenheimer January, 2017 Richard L. Revesz, Jason A. Schwartz, Peter H. Howard, Kenneth Arrow, Michael A. Livermore and Thomas Sterner Letter to the Editor: Review of Environmental Economics and Policy Vol. 11, issue 1, pp. 172-173 Climate Change ...
Michael Oppenheimer
2016
Michael Oppenheimer December, 2016 With Richard Alley; Science, 16 December 2016, Vol. 354, Issue 6318, pp. 1375-1377 Climate Change Environment Science Environment and Energy Science and Technology Download File External Link ...
Robert Keohane
Michael Oppenheimer
2016
Robert Keohane Michael Oppenheimer September, 2016 Politics and Governance 4, No. 3 Climate Change Politics Science Environment and Energy climate change; climate cooperation; pledge and review; Paris agreement External Link ...
Elke Weber
2016
There is no silver bullet—no single solution to get us to a sustainable climate. There is, however, silver buckshot: a combination of political, technological, economic, and behavioral actions and interventions that will provide the necessary progress ...
David Wilcove
2016
ABSTRACT:  Reforestation is a critical means of addressing the environmental and social problems of deforestation. China’s Grain-for-Green Program (GFGP) is the world’s largest reforestation scheme. Here we provide the first nationwide assessment of the ...
Michael Oppenheimer
2016
Estimates of future flood hazards made under the assumption of stationary mean sea level are biased low due to sea-level rise (SLR). However, adjustments to flood return levels made assuming fixed increases of sea level are also inadequate when applied to ...
Denise Mauzerall
2016
ABSTRACT: As part of the 12th Five-Year Plan, the Chinese government has developed air pollution prevention and control plans for key regions with a focus on the power, transport, and industrial sectors. Here, we investigate the contribution of ...
Michael Oppenheimer
2016
This work investigates the impact of climate variability on internal migration in South Africa. We find that increases in positive temperature enhance out-migration. Also, positive and negative rainfall excesses act as a push effect and boost out ...
Elke Weber
2016
Failures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by adopting policies, technologies, and lifestyle changes have led the world to the brink of crisis, or likely beyond. Here we use Internet surveys to attempt to understand these failures by studying factors ...
Michael Oppenheimer
2016
Discussions on a long-term global goal to limit climate change, in the form of an upper limit to warming, were only partially resolved at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change negotiations in Paris, 2015. Such a political agreement ...
Michael Oppenheimer
2016
Michael Oppenheimer June, 2016 With Stéphane Hallegatte, Katharine J. Mach, Miles Allen, Leon Clarke, Ottmar Edenhofer, Christopher B. Field,Pierre Friedlingstein, Line van Kesteren, Reto Knutti, Michael Mastrandrea, Adrien Michel,Jon Minx, Gian-Kasper ...
Janet Currie
Sara McLanahan
2016
INTRODUCTION: A ccording to the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 2015—with an average global temperature 1.6° Fahrenheit warmer than the twentieth-century average—was Earth’s warmest year since record keeping began in 1880, continuing a ...

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