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AVOID 1: Future climate extremes under an aggressive mitigation scenario

February 5, 2010
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This report provides further information on the outcomes of pathways that could act to avoid dangerous climate change. We present an assessment of changes in temperature and precipitation based climate extremes using the HadGEM2 coupled ocean-atmosphere global climate model. We assess changing extremes at the end of […]

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AVOID 1: The effects of climate mitigation on the exposure of worlds large port cities to extreme coastal water levels

January 28, 2010
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This report investigates the population and asset exposure for 136 of the world’s large port cities to current and future extreme coastal water levels. Global data has been used to estimate current population by elevation for each city and storm surge levels from which exposure to a […]

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AVOID 1: The implications of climate policy for avoided impacts on water and food security

January 28, 2010
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This project has assessed the impacts of climate change avoided by a set of climate policies, focusing on water resources stress, crop production and undernourishment.

Climate change has the potential to increase water resources stresses for many millions of people. The climate policies evaluated here reduce the effects […]

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AVOID 1: Summary of the Committee on Climate Change’s 2016 peak emission scenarios

February 5, 2009
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Here we present the emissions, global concentration and global surface temperature changes for three mitigation scenarios that have emissions peak in 2016 from the Committee on Climate Change’s 2008 report.

The mitigation scenarios are multi-gas and consist of the Kyoto greenhouse gases and other atmospheric pollutants […]

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