Welche Social Tipping Interventions (STIs) können den Übergang zur Hothouse Earth weniger wahrscheinlich machen? Eine neue Studie, u.a. von John Schellnhuber und Johan Rockström, verwendet aus der Klimaforschung bekannte Methoden der Analyse von Forschungsergebnissen, um sie herauszufinden.

Social tipping elements (STEs) and associated social tipping interventions (STIs) with the potential to drive rapid decarbonization in the World–Earth system. The processes they represent unfold across levels of social structure on widely different timescales, ranging from the fast dynamics of market exchanges and resource allocation on subannual timescales to the slow decadal- to centennial-scale changes on the level of customs, values, and social norms. Quelle: https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1900577117
Social tipping elements (STEs) and associated social tipping interventions (STIs) with the potential to drive rapid decarbonization in the World–Earth system. The processes they represent unfold across levels of social structure on widely different timescales, ranging from the fast dynamics of market exchanges and resource allocation on subannual timescales to the slow decadal- to centennial-scale changes on the level of customs, values, and social norms. Quelle: https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1900577117

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