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Strength in diversity
Does newly cultivated farmland facilitate the spread of diseases?
In praise of models
Climate models are more than just a vast assembly of programmers’ code. They are the collective effort of hundreds of people trying to deepen understanding of one of the most complex systems ever studied.
No city is an island
The key to urban sustainability is connecting cities to nature, argues a new study.
What we're reading – November 2013
As negotiators struggle to register progress at COP in Warsaw, we round up some current reading on global change and its consequences.
Science and Storytelling
The history of a revolution in agricultural communications
New data visualization of IPCC findings launched at UNFCCC COP-19
Putting climate in the big picture
Global Carbon Atlas lets users explore emissions data
With UN climate negotiations underway in Poland, scientists have launched the Global Carbon Atlas and the 2013 carbon budget for the planet.
Q&A with Bob Watson: Why Future Earth needs an Engagement Committee
We asked Bob Watson, Chair of the interim Engagement Committee, about the role of this central element of the Future Earth governance structure.
IPCC videos: the State of the Science
Watch Hans Rosling explain 200 years of global change, and Thomas Stocker introduce the new IPCC findings.
What we're reading IV
Part four of our regular round-up of things we've enjoyed reading.