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Ten new insights from climate science

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More equitable solutions for climate adaptation and resilience strategies for the most vulnerable are needed, says new climate report. Image: Future Earth

Human mobility in climate risk areas is increasing. The loss of mountain glaciers is accelerating. Reforming food systems can contribute to more equitable climate action. These are some of the latest insights from climate science presented at COP28 with contributions from MERGE-member Deliang Chen, a world-leading climate scientist from the University of Gothenburg.

At the ongoing climate meeting in Dubai, global experts in social and natural sciences have presented the ten most pressing findings from climate science. The 10 New Insights in Climate Science report summarizes the most crucial climate science research from the past 18 months.

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