Half full or half empty?  New study rules out both best and worst climate outcomes

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Half full or half empty? New study rules out both best and worst climate outcomes

Scientists have narrowed the range for future global heating, and both the best and worst-case scenarios are less likely than we thought  A recent study published in Reviews of Geophysics found that both the best and worst-case scenarios of global heating caused by CO2 emissions are less likely than scientists had previously believed.   For decades, the United Nations has set the most probable climate sensitivity window (i.e. the range of potential temperature change) to be between 1.5 and 4.5 C. However, the new data narrows that range to between 2.6…

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