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Collection 3, Human responses to climate change
A collection exploring human responses to climate change in the past, the present and the future
Collection 2, Climate change and its impacts
A collection on climate change and its impacts with an emphasis on health
Rising carbon dioxide is decreasing nutrition in crops and endangering health among the less wealthy
Matthew Smith and Samuel S Myers
Heat stress and inadequate toilet access at work places in India – a potential hazard to working women in a changing climate
Vidhya Venugopal, Rekha Shanmugam, Priscilla Johnson, Rebekah Ann Isabel Lucas and Kristina Jakobsson
Will climate change worsen your health?
The impact of climate change will hit urban dwellers first – Can green infrastructure save us?
Increasing heat creates hardship for brick kiln workers in Chennai, India and the alternative pathways reducing it
Karin Lundgren Kownacki, Siri M. Kjellberg, Pernille Goosh, Marwa Dabaieh and Vidhya Venugopal
Collection 1, Launch challenge
A launch collection of accessible climate articles
Choose you own scientific experiment: Triggering debris flows and flash floods
Surface lakes on Greenland will spread further inland as the climate warms
Amber A Leeson
Could climate engineering save the Greenland Ice Sheet?
Patrick J. Applegate and K. Keller
Can somebody clear the air? How air quality and climate change are connected.
Erika von Schneidemesser
What do historical temperature records tell us about natural variability in global temperature?
Patrick T Brown
Are humans to blame for the heat experienced in Geneva in the summer of 2015?
The impact of climate change on Australian Aboriginal hunter-gatherers and their response over the last 35,000 years.
Alan N Williams
Global warming might be on hold, but it’s not cancelled
A new way to quickly estimate climate change impacts on rivers and streams
Julie A. Vano and Meghan M. Dalton
El Niño dynamics and long lead climate forecasts
Joan Ballester, S. Bordoni, D. Petrova and X. Rodó
Limitations in our knowledge of the Sun’s variability and impact on stratospheric ozone
William Thomas Ball