Person holding a globe in the sun
June 17, 2022

The latest socioeconomic scenarios used in climate change research examine how global society, demographics and economics could change over the 21st century.

Conference with many people, EGU 2022 logo
May 18, 2022

The latest project findings are presented at the 2022 EGU General Assembly by 4C researchers.

Exceptional dry and hot summers in 2018 and 2019 caused widespread browning and tree mortality events in central Europe
March 08, 2022

4C researchers have published a new study that evaluates how two consecutive extreme summers impacted ecosystems and vegetation in central Europe. Another research supported by 4C shows how northern peatlands could accelerate global warming if action on climate change is not taken.

 

ocean ice
December 15, 2021

New research suggests that a third of the total productivity in the Arctic Ocean is supported by nutrients supplied by river discharge and coastal erosion, highlighting their crucial role for the marine ecosystem.

emissions
November 15, 2021

The world is not on track to keep warming below 1.5°C, and immediate action is needed, according to the 4C Carbon Outlook, just released.

COP26
November 03, 2021

4C researchers present the latest climate research at the 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26) in support of the need for urgent climate action.

factories
August 23, 2021

The increase in CO2-induced global warming will only stop when humans stop adding CO2 to the atmosphere, according to a recent report published by the 4C project. The report discusses the latest science on zero CO2 emissions, and touches on the importance of zero vs. net-zero emissions for policymaking.