Climate science: trying to predict the unpredictable

In 1992, the 165 signatories to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change pledged to take action to avoid "dangerous" climate change. But calculating the emission reductions needed to achieve this remains fraught with difficulties. Roz Bulleid examines the feedback mechanisms and tipping points that make the climate so complicated

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