We know a lot about what climate change will do, but ‘when’ is a tougher question. Nick Kim

“It’s tough to make predictions, especially about the future": so goes a Danish proverb attributed variously to baseball coach Yogi Berra and physicist Niels Bohr. Yet some things are so important — such as projecting the future impacts of climate change on the environment — that we obviously must try.

Read more: The scariest part of climate change isn’t what we know, but what we don’t


Climate papers | Carbon Brief

In our recent series on the top climate change papers, we brought you which ones scientists think are the most influential and which are the most cited by other researchers.

Read more: Updated: The climate change papers most featured in the media


Form closeup | ShutterstockAnalysis of a global survey finds that more than a third of the world's adults have never heard of climate change. For some countries, such as South Africa, Bangladesh and Nigeria, this rises to more than two-thirds of the adult population.

Read more: Global survey: Where in the world is most and least aware of climate change?


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