The Seven Dimensions of Climate Change: Introducing a new way to think, talk, and act 2015 In this discussion document, produced to provoke feedback ahead of a final report later this year, we argue that climate change is best understood as a challenge with seven dimensions: In Science we need a new social contract between scientists and society; moving away from a hands off...
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