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This collection includes 22 review articles on the politics and policy of climate change, the impact climate change is currently having on global populations, and the impact on aquatic ecosystems, from mangrove forests to permafrost and ice. While transformative changes are needed to safeguard our future, we can also learn from past scholarship on this topic. Four decades ago, Influences of Mankind on Climate by pioneering meteorological and atmospheric scientist William Kellogg (1917-2007) was published in the Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences.

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Within the past 25 years, climate change has evolved from an issue of interest primarily to some natural scientists into one of the top priorities on the global policy agenda. —Thomas Bernauer, Annual Review of Political Science, 2013

The United Nations Climate Action Summit 2019 on September 23 in New York (#ClimateAction) addresses the urgency and unprecedented efforts needed to tackle climate change now. The summit brings together governments, the private sector, civil society, local authorities and other international organizations to move forward with concrete plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Appropriate solutions must be fair and create new opportunities and protections for those negatively impacted, in the context of a just transition.

This collection includes 22 review articles on the politics and policy of climate change, the impact climate change is currently having on global populations, and the impact on aquatic ecosystems, from mangrove forests to permafrost and ice. While transformative changes are needed to safeguard our future, we can also learn from past scholarship on this topic. Four decades ago, Influences of Mankind on Climate by pioneering meteorological and atmospheric scientist William Kellogg (1917-2007) was published in the Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences.

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Anne Stone

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