Nature Climate Change

(The median citation count of Nature Climate Change is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-10-01 to 2023-10-01.)
Temporary reduction in daily global CO2 emissions during the COVID-19 forced confinement1260
Climate warming enhances microbial network complexity and stability481
Complexity revealed in the greening of the Arctic383
Divergent consensuses on Arctic amplification influence on midlatitude severe winter weather361
Insights from Earth system model initial-condition large ensembles and future prospects359
Unprecedented burn area of Australian mega forest fires350
Current and future global climate impacts resulting from COVID-19347
Global maps of twenty-first century forest carbon fluxes325
Sandy coastlines under threat of erosion314
Carbon dioxide emissions continue to grow amidst slowly emerging climate policies293
The burden of heat-related mortality attributable to recent human-induced climate change293
The hydrogen solution?270
Global terrestrial water storage and drought severity under climate change265
Anthropogenic climate change has slowed global agricultural productivity growth264
Contribution of the land sector to a 1.5 °C world245
Understanding and managing connected extreme events232
A reversal in global terrestrial stilling and its implications for wind energy production221
The proportion of soil-borne pathogens increases with warming at the global scale201
Rapid worldwide growth of glacial lakes since 1990200
Potential and risks of hydrogen-based e-fuels in climate change mitigation198
Increasing impacts of extreme droughts on vegetation productivity under climate change196
Acceleration of global N2O emissions seen from two decades of atmospheric inversion186
Achievements and needs for the climate change scenario framework186
Compound climate risks in the COVID-19 pandemic184
Rapid intensification of the emerging southwestern North American megadrought in 2020–2021178
The meaning of net zero and how to get it right175
Increasing probability of record-shattering climate extremes173
Flash droughts present a new challenge for subseasonal-to-seasonal prediction171
Large loss of CO2 in winter observed across the northern permafrost region167
Increasing ocean stratification over the past half-century165
Climate change impacts on renewable energy supply161
Agricultural risks from changing snowmelt161
Fossil CO2 emissions in the post-COVID-19 era149
A systematic global stocktake of evidence on human adaptation to climate change149
Evidence suggests potential transformation of the Pacific Arctic ecosystem is underway144
Latest climate models confirm need for urgent mitigation142
Climate migration myths139
Over half of known human pathogenic diseases can be aggravated by climate change139
A global analysis of subsidence, relative sea-level change and coastal flood exposure136
Plant pathogen infection risk tracks global crop yields under climate change135
A sustainable development pathway for climate action within the UN 2030 Agenda135
Protecting irrecoverable carbon in Earth’s ecosystems133
Climate change now detectable from any single day of weather at global scale132
Carbon loss from forest degradation exceeds that from deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon131
Reduction in greenhouse gas emissions from national climate legislation131
A proposed global layout of carbon capture and storage in line with a 2 °C climate target130
Phytoplankton dynamics in a changing Arctic Ocean130
Amplified Rossby waves enhance risk of concurrent heatwaves in major breadbasket regions129
Divergent forest sensitivity to repeated extreme droughts129
Expert assessment of future vulnerability of the global peatland carbon sink128
Increased control of vegetation on global terrestrial energy fluxes127
A meta-analysis of country-level studies on environmental change and migration123
The climate change mitigation potential of bioenergy with carbon capture and storage120
Global multi-model projections of local urban climates119
Intact and managed peatland soils as a source and sink of GHGs from 1850 to 2100118
Pronounced loss of Amazon rainforest resilience since the early 2000s118
Extremes become routine in an emerging new Arctic116
A digital twin of Earth for the green transition116
Increasing risk of glacial lake outburst floods from future Third Pole deglaciation114
More green and less blue water in the Alps during warmer summers111
Soil moisture–atmosphere feedbacks mitigate declining water availability in drylands111
Impacts of COVID-19 and fiscal stimuli on global emissions and the Paris Agreement109
Changing risks of simultaneous global breadbasket failure109
Crafting strong, integrated policy mixes for deep CO2 mitigation in road transport108
Social determinants of adaptive and transformative responses to climate change107
Ocean community warming responses explained by thermal affinities and temperature gradients107
Climate change and locust outbreak in East Africa105
Coral reef survival under accelerating ocean deoxygenation103
An assessment of community-based adaptation initiatives in the Pacific Islands103
Wave of net zero emission targets opens window to meeting the Paris Agreement102
Climate change decisive for Asia’s snow meltwater supply102
Global hunger and climate change adaptation through international trade99
Sandy beaches can survive sea-level rise98
Electrification of light-duty vehicle fleet alone will not meet mitigation targets96
Climate economics support for the UN climate targets95
Increasing impact of warm droughts on northern ecosystem productivity over recent decades94
Observation-based early-warning signals for a collapse of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation93
Food–energy–water implications of negative emissions technologies in a +1.5 °C future93
Climate and health damages from global concrete production91
Inequitable patterns of US flood risk in the Anthropocene91
Increasing contribution of peatlands to boreal evapotranspiration in a warming climate91
Public perceptions of carbon dioxide removal in the United States and the United Kingdom91
Adjusting the lens of invasion biology to focus on the impacts of climate-driven range shifts90
Embodied carbon emissions in the supply chains of multinational enterprises90
Winter melt trends portend widespread declines in snow water resources89
Aerosols in current and future Arctic climate89
Increased global nitrous oxide emissions from streams and rivers in the Anthropocene88
Increased economic drought impacts in Europe with anthropogenic warming88
Dust dominates high-altitude snow darkening and melt over high-mountain Asia88
Demand-side solutions to climate change mitigation consistent with high levels of well-being87
Observed increases in extreme fire weather driven by atmospheric humidity and temperature86
Plant hydraulics accentuates the effect of atmospheric moisture stress on transpiration85
The co-evolution of technological promises, modelling, policies and climate change targets85
A topography of climate change research84
COVID-19-induced low power demand and market forces starkly reduce CO2 emissions83
The role of climate variability in Australian drought83
Anthropogenic emissions and urbanization increase risk of compound hot extremes in cities83
Vegetation feedbacks during drought exacerbate ozone air pollution extremes in Europe83
Multiple drivers of the North Atlantic warming hole83
Coal-exit health and environmental damage reductions outweigh economic impacts83
Warming trends increasingly dominate global ocean82
No projected global drylands expansion under greenhouse warming82
Constraining human contributions to observed warming since the pre-industrial period82
Extreme sea levels at different global warming levels82
Intergenerational epigenetic inheritance in reef-building corals81
Business risk and the emergence of climate analytics79
Cost and attainability of meeting stringent climate targets without overshoot79
Light limitation regulates the response of autumn terrestrial carbon uptake to warming78
Climate velocity reveals increasing exposure of deep-ocean biodiversity to future warming78
From incremental to transformative adaptation in individual responses to climate-exacerbated hazards78
The evolution of ideas in global climate policy77
Climate-driven changes in the composition of New World plant communities76
Future increases in Arctic lightning and fire risk for permafrost carbon76
Disconnects between ecological theory and data in phenological mismatch research75
An emergent constraint on future Arctic sea-ice albedo feedback74
Defining Southern Ocean fronts and their influence on biological and physical processes in a changing climate74
The future of Arctic sea-ice biogeochemistry and ice-associated ecosystems74
Next-generation ensemble projections reveal higher climate risks for marine ecosystems74
Precipitation trends determine future occurrences of compound hot–dry events73
A near-term to net zero alternative to the social cost of carbon for setting carbon prices72
Future impacts of climate change on inland Ramsar wetlands72
Record warming at the South Pole during the past three decades71
Reduced resilience as an early warning signal of forest mortality71
Climate change risk to global port operations70
Equity in allocating carbon dioxide removal quotas70
Leaf senescence exhibits stronger climatic responses during warm than during cold autumns69
The future of coal in a carbon-constrained climate69
The public costs of climate-induced financial instability69
Plausible energy demand patterns in a growing global economy with climate policy68
Abrupt changes across the Arctic permafrost region endanger northern development67
Climate change drives widespread shifts in lake thermal habitat67
Zonally contrasting shifts of the tropical rain belt in response to climate change67
Event attribution and partisanship shape local discussion of climate change after extreme weather67
The blue carbon wealth of nations66
Little influence of Arctic amplification on mid-latitude climate66
Carbon intensity of global crude oil refining and mitigation potential65
Diminishing CO2-driven gains in water-use efficiency of global forests65
Atmospheric dynamic constraints on Tibetan Plateau freshwater under Paris climate targets65
Opposite response of strong and moderate positive Indian Ocean Dipole to global warming65
Phenology of nocturnal avian migration has shifted at the continental scale65
Drought less predictable under declining future snowpack64
Human influence on joint changes in temperature, rainfall and continental aridity64
Sea-level-rise-induced threats depend on the size of tide-influenced estuaries worldwide64
Day-to-day temperature variability reduces economic growth64
Performance determinants show European cities are delivering on climate mitigation63
Sources of uncertainty in long-term global scenarios of solar photovoltaic technology63
Climate change threatens terrestrial water storage over the Tibetan Plateau63
Systematic review of the outcomes and trade-offs of ten types of decarbonization policy instruments63
The potential to reduce uncertainty in regional runoff projections from climate models62
Past perspectives on the present era of abrupt Arctic climate change62
Reduced efficiency of the Barents Sea cooling machine62
Fuel availability not fire weather controls boreal wildfire severity and carbon emissions61
Impact of high-speed rail on road traffic and greenhouse gas emissions60
Fasting season length sets temporal limits for global polar bear persistence59
Weakened evidence for mid-latitude impacts of Arctic warming59
Increased ocean heat transport into the Nordic Seas and Arctic Ocean over the period 1993–201659
Winter temperatures predominate in spring phenological responses to warming59
The development of partisan polarization over the Green New Deal58
Reduced net methane emissions due to microbial methane oxidation in a warmer Arctic58
Increasing threat of coastal groundwater hazards from sea-level rise in California58
Sea-ice-free Arctic during the Last Interglacial supports fast future loss58
Global changes in oceanic mesoscale currents over the satellite altimetry record58
High climate sensitivity in CMIP6 model not supported by paleoclimate58
Increased ENSO sea surface temperature variability under four IPCC emission scenarios57
Temperatures that sterilize males better match global species distributions than lethal temperatures56
The fate of Madagascar’s rainforest habitat56
A multi-model analysis of long-term emissions and warming implications of current mitigation efforts56
Arctic sea-ice loss intensifies aerosol transport to the Tibetan Plateau56
Observational constraints on low cloud feedback reduce uncertainty of climate sensitivity55
Maladaptation, migration and extirpation fuel climate change risk in a forest tree species55
Persistent Quaternary climate refugia are hospices for biodiversity in the Anthropocene55
Climate change experiences raise environmental concerns and promote Green voting55
Reconciling theory with the reality of African heatwaves55
Rebooting a failed promise of climate finance54
Asymmetry in the climate–carbon cycle response to positive and negative CO2 emissions54
Global and regional impacts differ between transient and equilibrium warmer worlds54
Warming stimulates sediment denitrification at the expense of anaerobic ammonium oxidation54
Biodiversity–productivity relationships are key to nature-based climate solutions54
A qualitative comparative analysis of women’s agency and adaptive capacity in climate change hotspots in Asia and Africa54
The importance of warm habitat to the growth regime of cold-water fishes53
Substantial twentieth-century Arctic warming caused by ozone-depleting substances53
Machine-learning-based evidence and attribution mapping of 100,000 climate impact studies53
Tropical cyclone climatology change greatly exacerbates US extreme rainfall–surge hazard53
Relocation planning must address voluntary immobility52
Uncertain storage prospects create a conundrum for carbon capture and storage ambitions52
Woody litter protects peat carbon stocks during drought52
The Pacific Decadal Oscillation less predictable under greenhouse warming52
Keeping infrastructure reliable under climate uncertainty51
The impact of high ambient temperatures on delivery timing and gestational lengths51
A coralline alga gains tolerance to ocean acidification over multiple generations of exposure50
Economic and social constraints on reforestation for climate mitigation in Southeast Asia49
Disproportionate increase in freshwater methane emissions induced by experimental warming49
Fair-share carbon dioxide removal increases major emitter responsibility48
Potential impacts and challenges of border carbon adjustments47
Meta-analyses of fifteen determinants of public opinion about climate change taxes and laws47
Circumpolar projections of Antarctic krill growth potential47
Impact of 1, 2 and 4 °C of global warming on ship navigation in the Canadian Arctic46
Rapid increases and extreme months in projections of United States high-tide flooding46
Climate politics, metaphors and the fractal carbon trap46
Climate services promise better decisions but mainly focus on better data46
Future high-resolution El Niño/Southern Oscillation dynamics46
Critical adjustment of land mitigation pathways for assessing countries’ climate progress45
Coal and carbonization in sub-Saharan Africa45
Tradeoff of CO2 and CH4 emissions from global peatlands under water-table drawdown45
Climate-resilient coasts require diverse defence solutions45
International migration and climate adaptation in an era of hardening borders45
Estimating the global risk of anthropogenic climate change44
Fine-scale tundra vegetation patterns are strongly related to winter thermal conditions44
Emergent biogeochemical risks from Arctic permafrost degradation43
African heritage sites threatened as sea-level rise accelerates43
Ice-sheet losses track high-end sea-level rise projections43
A social–ecological perspective on climate anxiety in children and adolescents43
The costs of achieving climate targets and the sources of uncertainty42
Climate change causes functionally colder winters for snow cover-dependent organisms42
Addressing power imbalances in co-production42
Enhanced warming constrained by past trends in equatorial Pacific sea surface temperature gradient41
Upper environmental pCO2 drives sensitivity to ocean acidification in marine invertebrates41
Declining tropical cyclone frequency under global warming41
Earlier leaf-out warms air in the north41
The appropriate use of reference scenarios in mitigation analysis41
Stranded fossil-fuel assets translate to major losses for investors in advanced economies41
Meeting the looming policy challenge of sea-level change and human migration41
Disturbance suppresses the aboveground carbon sink in North American boreal forests41
An underestimated negative cloud feedback from cloud lifetime changes41
Enhanced risk of concurrent regional droughts with increased ENSO variability and warming40
Increased melting level height impacts surface precipitation phase and intensity39
Coldest Canadian Arctic communities face greatest reductions in shorefast sea ice39
Protect, manage and then restore lands for climate mitigation39
Renewable energy targets may undermine their sustainability39
Ethical choices behind quantifications of fair contributions under the Paris Agreement39
A fiery wake-up call for climate science39
Eastern equatorial Pacific warming delayed by aerosols and thermostat response to CO2 increase38
Don’t forget subterranean ecosystems in climate change agendas38
Partisan asymmetry in temporal stability of climate change beliefs38
Net benefits to US soy and maize yields from intensifying hourly rainfall38
Gender equality in climate policy and practice hindered by assumptions38
Warming drives ecological community changes linked to host-associated microbiome dysbiosis37
Constraining the increased frequency of global precipitation extremes under warming37
Climate change increases predation risk for a keystone species of the boreal forest36
Enhanced equatorial warming causes deep-tropical contraction and subtropical monsoon shift36
Acknowledging uncertainty impacts public acceptance of climate scientists’ predictions36
Phenological mismatches between above- and belowground plant responses to climate warming36
Health co-benefits of climate change mitigation depend on strategic power plant retirements and pollution controls36
Remote sensing northern lake methane ebullition36
Biodiversity of intertidal food webs in response to warming across latitudes36
Filling the evidentiary gap in climate litigation35
Shifting Republican views on climate change through targeted advertising35
Biophysical and economic constraints on China’s natural climate solutions35
Projected shifts in the foraging habitat of crabeater seals along the Antarctic Peninsula34
Right-wing ideology reduces the effects of education on climate change beliefs in more developed countries34
Amplified Madden–Julian oscillation impacts in the Pacific–North America region34
Climate change increases global risk to urban forests34
Adjust urban and rural road pricing for fair mobility33
Observational constraint on cloud feedbacks suggests moderate climate sensitivity33
Widespread shift from ecosystem energy to water limitation with climate change33
Mitigation of ozone damage to the world’s land ecosystems by source sector33
Heat tolerance in ectotherms scales predictably with body size33
Multi-hazard dependencies can increase or decrease risk32
Natural halogens buffer tropospheric ozone in a changing climate32
Ageing society in developed countries challenges carbon mitigation32
Climate velocity in inland standing waters32
Aligning artificial intelligence with climate change mitigation32
The impact of climate change on the productivity of conservation agriculture32
Emissions rebound from the COVID-19 pandemic32
Soil quality both increases crop production and improves resilience to climate change32
Anthropogenic warming forces extreme annual glacier mass loss32
Quantifying global potential for coral evolutionary response to climate change32
Prioritizing forestation based on biogeochemical and local biogeophysical impacts31
Sea-ice loss amplifies summertime decadal CO2 increase in the western Arctic Ocean31
The effect of plant physiological responses to rising CO2 on global streamflow31
Differences in the temperature dependence of wetland CO2 and CH4 emissions vary with water table depth31
North Pacific subtropical mode water is controlled by the Atlantic Multidecadal Variability31
Greater committed warming after accounting for the pattern effect30
Global patterns of geo-ecological controls on the response of soil respiration to warming30
Decoupling of the Arctic Oscillation and North Atlantic Oscillation in a warmer climate30
The economic interaction between climate change mitigation, climate migration and poverty30
Short-lived climate forcers have long-term climate impacts via the carbon–climate feedback30
Unnatural climate solutions?30
Ecological resilience of Arctic marine food webs to climate change30
Future reversal of warming-enhanced vegetation productivity in the Northern Hemisphere30
Hot extremes have become drier in the United States Southwest29
Climate change reshuffles northern species within their niches29
Climatic limit for agriculture in Brazil29
Limited impacts of carbon tax rebate programmes on public support for carbon pricing29
Residual flood damage under intensive adaptation28
Cost and emissions pathways towards net-zero climate impacts in aviation28
Trade-linked shipping CO2 emissions28
Human-induced changes to the global ocean water masses and their time of emergence28
Dryland productivity under a changing climate27
Weakening aerosol direct radiative effects mitigate climate penalty on Chinese air quality27
Marine clade sensitivities to climate change conform across timescales27
Climate change mitigation potential in sanitation via off-site composting of human waste27
Is sea-ice-driven Eurasian cooling too weak in models?27
Climate change literacy in Africa27
Weakening Atlantic overturning circulation causes South Atlantic salinity pile-up27
Ocean warming and accelerating Southern Ocean zonal flow27
South Asian agriculture increasingly dependent on meltwater and groundwater27
Data-driven reconstruction reveals large-scale ocean circulation control on coastal sea level27
A continuing need to revisit BECCS and its potential26
Empirical evidence for recent global shifts in vegetation resilience26
Responses of global waterbird populations to climate change vary with latitude26
Phenological shifts of abiotic events, producers and consumers across a continent26
Rapid, but limited, zooplankton adaptation to simultaneous warming and acidification26
Threat by marine heatwaves to adaptive large marine ecosystems in an eddy-resolving model26
Ambitious partnership needed for reliable climate prediction26
Response of N2O production rate to ocean acidification in the western North Pacific26
Arctic freshwater fish productivity and colonization increase with climate warming25
Global wind patterns and the vulnerability of wind-dispersed species to climate change25
Tropical forest restoration under future climate change25
Climate change affects land-disposed waste25
Genomic evidence of past and future climate-linked loss in a migratory Arctic fish25
Present-day greenhouse gases could cause more frequent and longer Dust Bowl heatwaves25
Net zero-emission pathways reduce the physical and economic risks of climate change25
Accountability and data-driven urban climate governance25
Attitudes of urban residents towards environmental migration in Kenya and Vietnam25
Strong remote control of future equatorial warming by off-equatorial forcing25
Towards more predictive and interdisciplinary climate change ecosystem experiments25
Saxitoxin and tetrodotoxin bioavailability increases in future oceans24
Robust decrease in El Niño/Southern Oscillation amplitude under long-term warming24
Humans, climate and streamflow24
Increased drought effects on the phenology of autumn leaf senescence24
Integrated perspective on translating biophysical to economic impacts of climate change24
Emergence of climate change in the tropical Pacific24
The great acceleration of plant phenological shifts24
Effective climate change adaptation means supporting community autonomy24
Civil disobedience by scientists helps press for urgent climate action24
Climate and land-use changes reduce the benefits of terrestrial protected areas24
Permafrost thaw drives surface water decline across lake-rich regions of the Arctic23
Natural variability has dominated Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation since 190023
Wrong-way migrations of benthic species driven by ocean warming and larval transport23
Rising risks of late-spring frosts in a changing climate23
The cost of mitigation revisited23
A framework for national scenarios with varying emission reductions23
Longer-lived tropical songbirds reduce breeding activity as they buffer impacts of drought22
The impact of near-real-time deforestation alerts across the tropics22
Renewable energy certificates threaten the integrity of corporate science-based targets22
Hysteresis of the intertropical convergence zone to CO2 forcing22
The adverse consequences of global harvest and weather disruptions on economic activity22
Double benefit of limiting global warming for tropical cyclone exposure22
Contextualizing cross-national patterns in household climate change adaptation22
Greenland ice sheet climate disequilibrium and committed sea-level rise22
Climate-tracking species are not invasive22
2021 North American heatwave amplified by climate change-driven nonlinear interactions22
Food system collapse22
Climate action with revenue recycling has benefits for poverty, inequality and well-being22
Enhanced North Pacific impact on El Niño/Southern Oscillation under greenhouse warming21
Imminent loss of climate space for permafrost peatlands in Europe and Western Siberia21
The value of values in climate science21
N2O increasing faster than expected21
Biocrusts mediate a new mechanism for land degradation under a changing climate21
Increase in Arctic coastal erosion and its sensitivity to warming in the twenty-first century21
Emergence of seasonal delay of tropical rainfall during 1979–201921
Decreasing rainfall frequency contributes to earlier leaf onset in northern ecosystems20
Using large ensembles of climate change mitigation scenarios for robust insights20
Counterbalancing influences of aerosols and greenhouse gases on atmospheric rivers19
Determining the credibility of commitments in international climate policy19
Warming reduces global agricultural production by decreasing cropping frequency and yields19
Trees outside of forests as natural climate solutions19
Evapotranspiration frequently increases during droughts19
The question of life, the universe and event attribution19
Revisiting the promise of carbon labelling19
Reduced European aerosol emissions suppress winter extremes over northern Eurasia18
A regime shift in seasonal total Antarctic sea ice extent in the twentieth century18
Climate change upsets agriculture18
A darker cryosphere in a warming world18
Transformative change requires resisting a new normal18
Drivers of exceptional coastal warming in the northeastern United States18
Decarbonization pathways for the residential sector in the United States18
Observed influence of anthropogenic climate change on tropical cyclone heavy rainfall18
A mechanism for regional variations in snowpack melt under rising temperature18
Woody-biomass projections and drivers of change in sub-Saharan Africa18
The climate consistency goal and the transformation of global finance18
Nation-wide mapping of tree-level aboveground carbon stocks in Rwanda18
Threatened salmon rely on a rare life history strategy in a warming landscape18
Novel wheat varieties facilitate deep sowing to beat the heat of changing climates18
Restructuring of plankton genomic biogeography in the surface ocean under climate change18
Increasing terrestrial ecosystem carbon release in response to autumn cooling and warming17
Ratcheting of climate pledges needed to limit peak global warming17
Drivers of ocean warming in the western boundary currents of the Southern Hemisphere17
Definitions and implications of climate-neutral aviation17
Growing polarization around climate change on social media17
Near-term transition and longer-term physical climate risks of greenhouse gas emissions pathways17
Decreased motility of flagellated microalgae long-term acclimated to CO2-induced acidified waters17
Eurasian cooling in response to Arctic sea-ice loss is not proved by maximum covariance analysis17
Stringent mitigation substantially reduces risk of unprecedented near-term warming rates17
Estimating the timing of geophysical commitment to 1.5 and 2.0 °C of global warming17
Hiding greenhouse gas emissions in the cloud17
Warming reaches the South Pole17
Future Southern Ocean warming linked to projected ENSO variability16
The surprisingly inexpensive cost of state-driven emission control strategies16
Reduced frequency and size of late-twenty-first-century snowstorms over North America16
Climate attribution of heat mortality16
Global warming decreases connectivity among coral populations16
Historical warming consistently decreased size, dispersal and speciation rate of fish16
Different climate response persistence causes warming trend unevenness at continental scales15
Deciphering the multiple effects of climate warming on the temporal shift of leaf unfolding15
Reply to: Is sea-ice-driven Eurasian cooling too weak in models?15
Knitting while Australia burns15
Climate change increases resource-constrained international immobility15
Adaptive introgression during environmental change can weaken reproductive isolation15
Unintended consequences of climate change mitigation for African river basins15
Intraspecific diversity as a reservoir for heat-stress tolerance in sweet potato15
Natural control on ozone pollution15
Clam feeding plasticity reduces herbivore vulnerability to ocean warming and acidification14
Interbasin and interhemispheric impacts of a collapsed Atlantic Overturning Circulation14
Understanding urban plant phenology for sustainable cities and planet14
Changing carbon-to-nitrogen ratios of organic-matter export under ocean acidification14
A new generation of emissions scenarios should cover blind spots in the carbon budget space14
Loss and damage research for the global stocktake14
Agency plans are inadequate to conserve US endangered species under climate change14
Achieving Paris climate goals calls for increasing ambition of the Kigali Amendment14
Recalculate the social cost of carbon14
Towards climate-smart, three-dimensional protected areas for biodiversity conservation in the high seas14
A climate risk index for marine life14
A recent decline in North Atlantic subtropical mode water formation14
Identification of local water resource vulnerability to rapid deglaciation in Alberta14
Light and energetics at seasonal extremes limit poleward range shifts14
Widespread irreversible changes in surface temperature and precipitation in response to CO2 forcing14
A climate club to decarbonize the global steel industry14
Long-term evolution of ocean eddy activity in a warming world14
Increased attention to water is key to adaptation14
Evolution of the Galapagos in the Anthropocene14
Soil carbon is the blind spot of European national GHG inventories13
Debt-for-climate swaps for small islands13
The critical benefits of snowpack insulation and snowmelt for winter wheat productivity13
Misplaced expectations from climate disclosure initiatives13
Stratospheric ozone depletion and tropospheric ozone increases drive Southern Ocean interior warming13
How trees and forests reduce risks from climate change13
Risk transfer policies and climate-induced immobility among smallholder farmers13
Leveraging social cognition to promote effective climate change mitigation13
Cost-effective adaptation strategies to rising river flood risk in Europe13
The small scales of the ocean may hold the key to surprises13
The intensification of winter mid-latitude storm tracks in the Southern Hemisphere13
Ocean acidification may slow the pace of tropicalization of temperate fish communities13
Future warming from global food consumption13
Fungal decomposition of river organic matter accelerated by decreasing glacier cover13
Energy budget constraints on historical radiative forcing12
Socio-political feasibility of coal power phase-out and its role in mitigation pathways12
Water is the middle child in global climate policy12
Climate effects of aerosols reduce economic inequality12
Reconciling disagreement on global river flood changes in a warming climate12
Projected ocean warming constrained by the ocean observational record12
Strong control of effective radiative forcing by the spatial pattern of absorbing aerosol12
Reflections and projections on a decade of climate science12
Ongoing AMOC and related sea-level and temperature changes after achieving the Paris targets12
Constant carbon pricing increases support for climate action compared to ramping up costs over time12
Climate uncertainty communication12
Improving the social cost of nitrous oxide12
How the USA can benefit from risk-based premiums combined with flood protection12
Seasonal increase of methane emissions linked to warming in Siberian tundra11
Why residual emissions matter right now11
Barriers to gauging built environment climate vulnerability11
Younger trees in the upper canopy are more sensitive but also more resilient to drought11
Climate change, natural calamities and the triple burden of disease11
Decolonizing climate change–heritage research11
Epigenetic plasticity enables copepods to cope with ocean acidification11
Precipitation efficiency constraint on climate change11
The terrestrial water cycle in a warming world11
Mangrove dispersal disrupted by projected changes in global seawater density11
Autumn greening in a warming climate11
Enhanced hydrological cycle increases ocean heat uptake and moderates transient climate change11
Utilitarian benchmarks for emissions and pledges promote equity, climate and development11
Permafrost thaw and northern development11
Higher temperature extremes exacerbate negative disease effects in a social mammal10
Water, water not everywhere10
Reverse the tipping point of the Atlantic Forest for mitigation10
Dynamic global monitoring needed to use restoration of forest cover as a climate solution10
Trophic level decoupling drives future changes in phytoplankton bloom phenology10
Migrant networks and adaptation10
Climate hazards are threatening vulnerable migrants in Indian megacities10
Arctic climate resilience10
Freshwater forcing of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation revisited10
Climate change as a global amplifier of human–wildlife conflict10
Publisher Correction: Current and future global climate impacts resulting from COVID-1910
Drivers of wildfire carbon emissions10
Reply to: Sandy beaches can survive sea-level rise10
Trophic rewilding can expand natural climate solutions10
Rapid winter warming could disrupt coastal marine fish community structure10
Antarctic sea-ice expansion and Southern Ocean cooling linked to tropical variability10
More frequent atmospheric rivers slow the seasonal recovery of Arctic sea ice9
Diverse carbon dioxide removal approaches could reduce impacts on the energy–water–land system9
Protecting the poor with a carbon tax and equal per capita dividend9
Glasgow forest declaration needs new modes of data ownership9
Rising groundwater and sea-level rise9
Radical interventions for climate-impacted systems9
Teleconnections among tipping elements in the Earth system9
Climate warming may increase the frequency of cold-adapted haplotypes in alpine plants9
Large sinuous rivers are slowing down in a warming Arctic9
Focusing on differences across scenarios could lead to bad adaptation policy advice9
Poleward shift of Circumpolar Deep Water threatens the East Antarctic Ice Sheet9
Widespread spring phenology effects on drought recovery of Northern Hemisphere ecosystems9
Climate laws help reduce emissions9
Global decline of pelagic fauna in a warmer ocean9
Unpriced climate risk and the potential consequences of overvaluation in US housing markets9
Emissions estimations should embed a precautionary principle9
Adaptive emission reduction approach to reach any global warming target9
Warming response of peatland CO2 sink is sensitive to seasonality in warming trends9
Carbon emissions and economic impacts of an EU embargo on Russian fossil fuels8
The challenges of extending climate risk insurance to fisheries8
Genomics helps to predict maladaptation to climate change8