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Updated September 8, 2014

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ship 8th September 2014 Pacific Cooling
Masahiro Watanabe and colleagues at the Unoversity of Tokyo have identified a strong role of cooling in the equatorial Pacific in limiting global temperature increases over recent decades.

smoke 8th September 2014 Carbon Win-Wins
Tammy Thompson and colleagues at MIT have identified very large human health and financial co-benefits of US carbon reduction policies via improved air quaility.

eggs 8th September 2014 Food for Thought
Bojana Bajželj and colleagues at the University of Cambridge, UK, have shown how the expansion of global agriculture could be limited through improved food demand management.

flood 18th June 2014 Umbrella Boost
Elizabeth Kendon and colleagues at the Met Office's Hadley Centre, UK, have revealed that climate change will induce much heavier summer rainfall events in the UK.

farm 18th June 2014 Sugar Cane Carbon
Francisco Mello and colleagues at the University of Sao Paulo in Brazil have calculated the carbon payback time for soils where they are used for sugar cane production to make ethanol.

cars 24th April 2014 Biofuel Balance
Adam Liska and colleagues at the University of Nebraska, USA, have calculated that soil carbon losses via crop residues can undermine the climate mitigation benefits if biofuels.


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