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Climate repair: 3 things we must do now to stabilize the planet

'We need to work together urgently, just to secure a short-term future for human civilisation.' Image: REUTERS/David Swanson

David King

Founder and Chair, Centre for Climate Repair at Cambridge, University of Cambridge

Jane Lichtenstein

Associate, Centre for Climate Repair at Cambridge, University of Cambridge

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Figure 1: comparison between average global temperature change, and change in the Arctic region from 1850 to present day. Image: Nerilie Abram using IPCC data, ANU, Australia, 2021
Figure 2: decline in annual minimum Arctic Sea ice volume 1980-2020. Image: Provided by Nerilie Abram using IPCC data, ANU, Australia, 2021
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