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The models underestimate solar absorption by biomass burning aerosols emitted from fires in Central and Southern Africa, according to the new study.

Six new stories – focused on issues ranging from strained food ecosystems to deadly heat waves – have been added to How We Respond, a AAAS project that spotlights communities around the country taking innovative, science-based steps to respond to climate change.

Six new stories – focused on issues ranging from strained food ecosystems to deadly heat waves – have been added to How We Respond, a AAAS project that spotlights communities around the country taking innovative, science-based steps to respond to climate change.

On June 15, 2021, the AAAS DoSER program hosted a free virtual symposium on science’s impact on human life and society and how faith communities are engaging with forefront science.

In the newest installment in the video series “AAAS Voices: Countering Science Misinformation,” Astrid Caldas recommends several strategies for fellow climate change communicators who want to best connect with their audiences.

On Earth Day and throughout the year, AAAS programs highlight the scientific evidence on climate change – and share how that evidence informs local, state and regional responses to climate change’s effects.

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