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Hans Joachim Schellnhuber has won this year’s Volvo environmental prize for his contributions to earth system science and policy. Resilience science has mentioned his work previously, especially his work on tipping points in the earth system. The prize committee writes: … Continue reading
The Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) is looking to fill a research position within the Marie Curie Network GREENCYCLES-II, based in Potsdam, Germany: T5.3 Feedback analysis and evaluation using the CLIMBER model The Early-Stage Researcher (PhD candidate) will … Continue reading
Twitter|@vgalaz – This is one of those important things that seldom make the headlines. While climate change science has received considerable public attention, especially since the controversies around the IPCC scientific assessments, another fact is seldom, if ever, acknowledged – that … Continue reading
In Nature, biogeochemist Andrew Watson reviews The Vanishing Face Of Gaia by James Lovelock in Final warning from a sceptical prophet: In The Vanishing Face Of Gaia, Lovelock argues that model projections of the climate a century ahead are of … Continue reading