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Abstract. Global temperature is a fundamental climate metric highly correlated with sea level, which implies that keeping shorelines near their present location requires keeping global temperature within or close to its preindustrial Holocene range. However, global temperature excluding short-term variability now exceeds +1°C relative to the 1880-1920 mean and annual 2016 global temperature was almost +1.3°C.
ESD - Young people's burden: requirement of negative CO2 emissions 
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ESD - Young people's burden: requirement of negative CO2 emissions 
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Abstract. Global temperature is a fundamental climate metric highly correlated with sea level, which implies that keeping shorelines near their present location requires keeping global temperature within or close to its preindustrial Holocene range. However, global temperature excluding short-term variability now exceeds +1°C relative to the 1880-1920 mean and annual 2016 global temperature was almost +1.3°C.
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