This Climate Countdown paper supports SDGs 3 and 13 by summarising procress through 27 climate indicators in China from 2021 to 2022.

Ali Jalali, Phillip B. Roös, Murray Herron, Paras Sidiqui, Emma Duncan, Chapter 24 - Predictive modeling for reforestation of cities to mitigate climate change impacts, Editor(s): Zaheer Allam, Didier Chabaud, Catherine Gall, Florent Pratlong, Carlos Moreno, Resilient and Sustainable Cities, Elsevier, 2023, Pages 441-456, ISBN 9780323917186,

This chapter advances UN SDG goals 11, 13, and 3 by discussing how urban reforestation could be among effective options for mitigating urban warming and climate change, further aiding planners and policy makers to create more sustainable and liveable cities.
The paper discusses the complexity of the interactions and effects of climate change on food security.
This article supports SDG 13 because it highlights the role of mineral exploration in clean energy transition.
This article supports SDGs 13 and 14 because it confirmed the significant correlation observed between flux and river discharge in Bhagirathi, a turbulent Himalayan river. Himalayan rivers are considered the most sensitive of all the ecosystems to the impact of climate change.
This articles advances SDG # 13 by reconciling flux estimates from models and reports to promote accuracy in NDCs. Land use is an important source of emissions and carbon sinks for nations included in their Nationally Determined Contributions, yet counting the climate impacts accurately remains a challenge.
This report supports SDGs 3 and 13 by monitoring and evaluating the effects of climate change on health in Europe, and the benefits to health of climate action. By tracking 33 indicators in a variety of domains, the report shows that climate-related health risks in Europe are accelerating, and current adapation and mitigation strategies are insufficient. Ambitious strategies are required to prevent worsening harms to human health.
This report supports SDGs 3 and 13 by examining the health effects of climate change globally. It notes the severe harms and health risks being caused by climate change around the world, such as increased extreme weather events, heatwaves, spread of infectious diseases, and threats to food security. It notes the critical need for long-term emissions reduction policies, with a move away from fossil fuels to clean energy sources.
This Article supports SDGs 3 and 13 by using credible climate and population projections to estimate future heatwave-attributable deaths under different emission scenarios and to explore the drivers underlying these patterns of changes in China.
Bay of Bengal (BoB) has immense significance with respect to ecological diversity and natural resources. Studies on microbial profiling and their functional significance at sediment level of BoB remain poorly represented. Herein, we describe the microbial diversity and metabolic potentials of BOB deep-sea sediment samples by subjecting the metagenomes to Nanopore sequencing.