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Why low-end ‘climate sensitivity’ can now be ruled out

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Findings suggest that the range of Equilibrium Climate Sensitivity (ECS) is likely to be between 2.6C and 4.1C. Image: Unsplash

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Narrowing the range of equilibrium climate sensitivity.
Narrowing the range of equilibrium climate sensitivity. Image: Carbon Brief

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