Implications of the Developed Scenarios for Climate Change

  title={Implications of the Developed Scenarios for Climate Change},
  author={Malte Alexander Meinshausen},
  journal={Achieving the Paris Climate Agreement Goals},
  • M. Meinshausen
  • Published 2019
  • Environmental Science
  • Achieving the Paris Climate Agreement Goals
This section provides a summary of the implications of the developed 2.0 °C and 1.5 °C scenarios for global mean climate change. Specifically, we consider atmospheric CO2 concentrations, radiative forcing, global-mean surface air temperatures and sea level rise. 
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