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|Title:||Translation at the Research-Policy Interface: Risk-Based Decision-Making for Net Zero|
|Citation:||Workman M, Mackie E, Connon I, Shuckburgh E & Gilbert A (2022) Translation at the Research-Policy Interface: Risk-Based Decision-Making for Net Zero. <i>Environmental Scientist</i>, 31 (4), pp. 22-29. https://www.the-ies.org/resources/environmental-risk|
|Abstract:||As climate negotiators recover in the aftermath of COP27 – the latest conference of the parties (COP) – it is clearer than ever that more focus is urgently needed into how improved support can enhance policy design and decision-making on climate risk. While the body of scientific evidence on climate change grows increasingly larger, climate policy in the UK and globally continues to fall short of achieving the required reductions in greenhouse gas emissions. Rather than simply calling for more research into the climate risk problem itself, there is an urgent need to improve knowledge about how to implement and operationalise climate-related decisions.|
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