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      Quality of urban climate adaptation plans over time 

      Reckien, D; Buzasi, A.; Olazabal, M.; Spyridaki, N.A.; Eckersley, P.; Simoes, S.G.; Salvia, M.; Pietrapertosa, F.; Fokaides, P.; Goonesekera, S.M.; Tardieu, L.; Balzan, M.V.; de Boer, C.L.; De Gregorio Hurtado, S.; Feliu, E.; Flamos, A.; Foley, A.; Geneletti, D.; Grafakos, S.; Heidrich, O.; Ioannou, B.; Krook-Riekkola, A.; Matosovic, M.; Orru, K.; Paspaldzhiev, I.; Rižnar, K.; Smigaj, M.; Szalmáné Csete, M.; Viguié, V.; Wejs, A. (npj Urban Sustainability, 2023-12-01)
      Defining and measuring progress in adaptation are important questions for climate adaptation science, policy, and practice. Here, we assess the progress of urban adaptation planning in 327 European cities between 2005 and ...
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      Adaptation to climate change in cities of Mediterranean Europe 

      Pietrapertosa, F.; Olazabal, M.; Simoes, S.G.; Salvia, M.; Fokaides, P.A.; Ioannou, B.I.; Viguié, V.; Spyridaki, N.A.; De Gregorio Hurtado, S.; Geneletti, D.; Heidrich, O.; Tardieu, L.; Feliu, E.; Rižnar, K.; Matosović, M.; Balzan, M.V.; Flamos, A.; Šel, N.B.; Reckien, D. (Cities, 2023-09-01)
      Cities across Mediterranean Europe face common climatic threats. They are highly vulnerable and very likely to suffer losses and damages due to heat waves, droughts, wildfires, landslides, and extreme coastal events. To ...
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      Solidaric solarities: Governance principles for transforming solar power relations 

      Sareen, Siddharth; Sorman, Alevgul H; Stock, Ryan; Mahoney, Katherine; Girard, Bérénice (Progress in Environmental Geography, 2023-07-31)
      Solar energy has become the world's cheapest and fastest scaling electricity source. Multiple societal sectors are electrifying, and the scale and pace of change give some hope of near-future rapid climate mitigation through ...
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      Safe and just Earth system boundaries 

      Rockström, J.; Gupta, J.; Qin, D.; Lade, S.J.; Abrams, J.F.; Andersen, L.S.; Armstrong McKay, D.I.; Bai, X.; Bala, G.; Bunn, S.E.; Ciobanu, D.; DeClerck, F.; Ebi, K.; Gifford, L.; Gordon, C.; Hasan, S.; Kanie, N.; Lenton, T.M.; Loriani, S.; Liverman, D.M.; Mohamed, A.; Nakicenovic, N.; Obura, D.; Ospina, D.; Prodani, K.; Rammelt, C.; Sakschewski, B.; Scholtens, J.; Stewart-Koster, B.; Tharammal, T.; van Vuuren, D.; Verburg, P.H.; Winkelmann, R.; Zimm, C.; Bennett, E.M.; Bringezu, S.; Broadgate, W.; Green, P.A.; Huang, L.; Jacobson, L.; Ndehedehe, C.; Pedde, S.; Rocha, J.; Scheffer, M.; Schulte-Uebbing, L.; de Vries, W.; Xiao, C.; Xu, C.; Xu, X.; Zafra-Calvo, N.; Zhang, X. (Nature, 2023-07-06)
      The stability and resilience of the Earth system and human well-being are inseparably linked1–3, yet their interdependencies are generally under-recognized; consequently, they are often treated independently4,5. Here, we ...