Pollution is the silent killer, and more people worldwide are becoming aware of that and demanding solutions.
Biodiversity is one of the characteristics of life in our planet and climate is directly related to it. However, strong anthropogenic drivers are affecting biodiversity such as habitat change, climate change, overexploitation, and pollution.
In the Anthopocene our planet is rapidly changing due to our activities, which may lead to large societal risks and impacts.
How can scientists help tackle some of the large societal problems and provide young people with the tools to succeed in this changing world?
Are these alternatives being proposed a quick fix to the errors of our past or an even larger mistake?
Massive deforestation and expansion of agricultural frontiers change regional climates, destroy ecosystems and increase vulnerability.
Oceans are changing rapidly affecting not only our climate but our coastal regions, reefs, fisheries and our livelihoods.
Landfalling tropical cyclones have caused death and destruction and increasingly larger costs to society, what are we learning and how will we reduce risks?
Society is flocking into cities that need to be sustainable, resilient, demanding rapid transitions in energy, mobility, construction and food production.
Intense rainfall, hail, tornadoes often cause flooding and devastation, how are our forecasting tools helping to make societies safer?
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