Start considering the worst-case ‘mass extinction’ scenarios of climate change, warn scientists in new paper

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Start considering the worst-case ‘mass extinction’ scenarios of climate change, warn scientists in new paper

Published Tuesday 2 August 2022

A firefighter helmet hangs at the entrance to a property in the community of Klamath River, which burned in the McKinney Fire, California, on July 31, 2022. There is a critical gap in how the scientific community and the public conceptualize the consequences of human-caused climate change, as new research suggests we are ignoring the truly worst-case and catastrophic risks.

Ant Amp 243 Nio Guterres California State China Climate Change Climate Science Climate System Environment Global Change Nanjing University

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