Ten new insights in climate science 2021: a horizon scan

This synthesis covers 10 of the past year’s most significant advances within climate change research. These include the options to still keep global warming below 1.5 °C, the impact of non-CO2 factors in global warming, a new dimension of fire extremes forced by climate change, the increasing pressure on interconnected climate tipping elements, the dimensions of climate justice; political challenges impeding the effectiveness of carbon pricing, demand-side solutions as vehicles of climate mitigation, the potentials and caveats of nature-based solutions, how building resilience of marine ecosystems is possible, and that the costs of climate change mitigation policies can be more than justified by the benefits to the health of humans and nature.

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