This paper is a product of the PAGES Warmer Worlds Integrative Activity and is a result of the workshop held in Bern, Switzerland, in April 2017.
An Author Correction was published in Nature Geoscience on 18 July 2018, in regards to two references.
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Green Report Italy, 6 July 2018: Il riscaldamento globale potrebbe essere il doppio di quanto previsto dai modelli climatici
USA Today, 7 July 2018: Global warming could be far worse than predicted, new study suggests
Future Earth Anthropocence Magazine, 10 July 2018: The best-case climate change scenario could wind up being twice as bad as we think
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Nexus Media, 19 July 2018: The Climate Has Always Changed. Why Is This Time so Much Worse? An interview with climate scientists Katrin Meissner and Alan C. Mix