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AVOID 1: Final results poster

A poster presenting AVOID 1 results on avoiding dangerous climate change through mitigation, presented at the Planet Under Pressure conference, London, March 2012 […]

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AVOID 1: Future worlds: a narrative description of a plausible world following climate change

February 13, 2012
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This report presents a short narrative summary description of the potential impacts of climate change at three spatial scales – global, city and community. At each scale, the summary draws together evidence from AVOID reports, the published literature and expert judgement to present a high-level overview of what […]

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AVOID 1: What are the consequences of temperature overshoot on future sea-level rise?

January 20, 2012
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Previous computer modelling studies have shown that for scenarios where atmospheric CO2 concentration is stabilised after an initial increase, the near-surface air temperature is rapidly near-stabilised but sizeable rates of sea-level rise can continue for more than 1000 years.

This study shows that if CO2 […]

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AVOID 1: Reconciling LULUFC accounting with modeled mitigation targets

January 16, 2012
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The flux of CO2 due to land use, land use change and forestry (LULUCF) is estimated in a variety of science- and policy-based assessments. Each approach uses different data and methods as they are designed for different purposes. Results are not directly comparable with each other and […]

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AVOID 1: Meteorological factors influencing forest fire risk under climate change mitigation

December 21, 2011
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Forest fires present a serious hazard to humans and ecosystems in many parts of the world, and fires over large forest ecosystems can be a major agent of conversion of biomass and soil organic matter to CO2.

Here we make use of the McArthur Forest Fire Danger Index […]

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