[Question] Why is the nitrogen cycle so under-emphasized compared to climate change

While listing various environmental issues of how planetary boundaries are exceeded the Stockholm Resilience Centre lists climate change in the “increasing risk category” while listing “Nitrogen and phosphorus flows to the biosphere and oceans” in the high risk category which suggests that they consider it a more grave environmental issue.

Do I misread them? Otherwise, are there views inline with other scientists in their field?

If that’s a consensus view, view do we have so much more debate about climate change but none about nitrogen and phosphorus flows?

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