Other Open Access

Policy Brief: Key findings and recommendations from three H2020 Projects on Tipping Points: TiPES, COMFORT, and TiPACCs

Dagmara Rusiecka; Helena Martins; Niklas Boers; Helle Astrid Kjær; Petra Langebroek; Catherine Lourdes Dy; Christoph Heinze; Thorsten Blenckner; Peter Ditlevsen; Svein Østerhus

There is a threat of imminent abrupt and irreversible transitions in the Earth system, both on land and in the ocean. A reduction in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and in land-use change must be implemented urgently to mitigate these changes through political, economic, and societal measures. Yet, considerable knowledge gaps remain concerning the processes underlying the dynamics of tipping elements,

Three EU funded Horizon2020 projects have been investigating tipping behaviour in the Earth system: Tipping Points in the Earth System (TiPES), Our Common Future Ocean in the Earth System (COMFORT), and Tipping Points in Antarctic Climate Components (TiPACCs). In the joint policy brief, you can find key findings of the three projects, persisting knowledge gaps as well as policy recommendations.

Files (10.7 MB)
Name Size
Policy brief_COMFORT, TiPES, TiPACCs.pdf
md5:8f587df84e89541556275adc8df034e0
10.7 MB Download
151
129
views
downloads
All versions This version
Views 151151
Downloads 129129
Data volume 1.4 GB1.4 GB
Unique views 130130
Unique downloads 106106

Share

Cite as