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RECENT STORIES FROM THE COLLABORATION:
A new study on sea level rise reveals parts of Asia and the Middle East are in far more peril than we thought.
Driven by climate change, global mean sea level rose 11–16 cm in the twentieth century. Even with sharp, immediate cuts to carbon emissions, it could rise another 0.5 m this century. Under higher emissions scenarios, twenty-first century rise may approach or in the extremes exceed 2 m…
Improved elevation data indicate far greater global threats from sea level rise and coastal flooding than previously thought, and greater benefits from reducing their causes.
The Guardian’s global environment editor, Jonathan Watts, explains how he aims to make the climate emergency resonate with readers on an emotional level
One of The Guardian’s leading environment journalists reflects on how awareness of the climate crisis has shifted in the last decade and offers advice for those who want to do more