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A call for a concerted scientific effort to understand the risks posed by exceeding them (The Hill)
Held up as the temperature limit that should not be crossed, 1.5 degrees Celsius is more than just a number. So what's behind it, and what happens if it is exceeded? (DW)
Paper connects long-term climate scenarios with corresponding financial impacts at the company level (Amundi)
A recent forum was the first in a series planned at MIT this year, part of an initiative meant to encourage the open exchange of ideas (MIT SHASS)