Analysis of shared autonomous vehicles (SAVs) by a land-use and transportation integrative approach shows that there is a nonlinear relationship between SAV fares and their energy and environmental effects and appropriate fare can play an integral part in promoting sustainable development.
GW exhibits differences at continental scales. We show that CMIP6 models underestimate warming unevenness, possibly leading to a biased estimation of anthropogenic influence on warming. We find that SAT changes over China more sensitive to external forcing owing to stronger long-range persistence.
The Covid-19 pandemic gives us a glimpse of what climate change has in store for us concerning our globalized economic system. More research is needed to help us better understand these complex interconnections and to translate such insights into instruments to support decision-making.
Peatlands store twice as much carbon as all the biomass of the World’s forests. Vast areas of peatland have been drained and turned into CO2 sources. Their rewetting is essential to reduce CO2 emissions. But how exactly do the rewetted peatlands look like, do they resemble again the natural state?