Climate Policy Commentary (Nature):

Higher CO2 concentrations increase extreme event risk in a 1.5 °C world

Risking Global Biodiversity ~ Climate & Land Use Change (Royal Society):

Future effects of climate and land-use change on terrestrial vertebrate community diversity under different scenarios

Climate Action Network (CAN) Europe Report ~ Emissions Ranking:

Off Target: Ranking of EU Countries' Ambition & Progress in Fighting Climate Change

AP Reports Rising Cases of US Algae Bloom:

Oregon water scare: Algae blooms happening more often

EU Report ~ Global Desertification:

WAD ~ World Atlas of Desertification; download from this webpage

Escalating US Methane Emissions (Science):

Assessment of methane emissions from the U.S. oil and gas supply chain

Monitoring Shifts in Wildlife Migration (Science Advances):

Eavesdropping on the Arctic: Automated bioacoustics reveal dynamics in songbird breeding phenology

Growing Storm Activity in Europe (Earth System Dynamics):

Euro-Atlantic Winter Storminess & Precipitation Extremes Under 1.5°C vs. 2°C Warming Scenarios

Our Energy Investment Needs (Nature):

Energy Investment Needs for Fulfilling the Paris Agreement & Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals

UCS Analysis & Searchable Database ~ US Communities Threatened by Sea Level Rise:

US Coastal Property at Risk From Rising Seas

Ice Shelf Destabilization (Science):

Basal channels drive active surface hydrology and transverse ice shelf fracture

Declining Levels of Oxygen in Warming Oceans (Nature):

Drivers and mechanisms of ocean deoxygenation

Coral Reefs = Coastal Protection (Nature):

The global flood protection savings provided by coral reefs

Land Ice & Sea Level Rise (ERL):

The land ice contribution to sea level during the satellite era

Sea-Level Rise & Movement of US Human Populations (Nature):

Migration Induced by Sea-Level Rise Could Reshape the US Population Landscape

Guardian Column ~ WSJ Attacks on Climate Science:

The Wall Street Journal Keeps Peddling Big Oil Propaganda

My 2006 comments on this topic 

Death of African Baobab Trees (Nature):

The Demise of the Largest and Oldest African Baobabs

WaPo: Africa's Most Famous Trees are Collapsing, and Scientists Suspect a Changing Climate