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By 2100, the world will have to use every available means to cut down emissions for survival just to limit carbon dioxide CO2 levels to less than 40 per cent higher of what they are today, researchers say.

The options include using more nuclear and renewable energy, choosing electricity over fossil fuels, minimising emissions through carbon capture technologies, even using forests to store carbon.

Five years ago, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change IPCC asked the climate science community to provide scenarios of greenhouse gas emission sneaker outlet s and land use change to guide computer models that simulate potential changes to Earth climate.

Researchers from the Joint Global Change Research Institute JGCRI introduced the work, called the RCP 4.5 scenario, one of four scenarios that scientists will use worldwide to study how climate might respond to different increases of greenhouse gases.

any action, the emissions, and the heat trapped in the atmosphere, would be much higher, leading to more severe climate change, said Allison Thomson, a scientist at JGCRI, reports the journal Climatic Change.

The team used the PNNL Global Change Assessment Model GCAM to generate the scenario. Unlike similar models, it includes carbon stored in forests, causing forest acreage to increase, including biofuels generated from crops and crop waste.

scenario and the other three produced in this project will provide a common thread for climate change research across many different science communities, Thomson added.

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