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Artist's view of Sentinel-5P inside Rockot fairing.

Guest post: Do satellites hold the answer to reporting greenhouse gases?

Jane Burston is head of energy and environment at the UK’s National Physical Laboratory. ... Read More

Guest posts | Apr 23. 2018.
K4K9BT Sour Lake, USA. 06th Sep, 2017. Sour Lake, Texas Sept. 6, 2017: Residents in the Pinewood subdivision outside Sour Lake face the daunting task of cleaning up their homes as they were just let back into the area Wednesday, nine days after floodwater decimated the area after Hurricane Harvey.

Guest post: The impact of climate change on mental health is impossible to ignore

Prof Helen Berry is the inaugural professor of climate change and mental health at the University of Sydney. ... Read More

Guest posts | Apr 16. 2018.
Ice shelf glacier falling into the sea, Fournier Bay, Antarctica. Credit: Radharc Images / Alamy Stock Photo. E06HF5

Guest post: Using satellites to track the retreat of Antarctica’s glaciers

Dr Hannes Konrad was formerly a research fellow in the School of Earth and Environment at the University of Leeds and now works at the Alfred Wegener... Read More

Guest posts | Apr 4. 2018.
DNF4T8 Busy Calcutta (Kolkata), India street traffic

Guest post: Why India’s CO2 emissions grew strongly in 2017

Robbie Andrew is a senior researcher at the CICERO Center for International Climate Research in Norway. ... Read More

Guest posts | Mar 28. 2018.
Coal workers in the village of Fengjie, working on the Three Gorges Dam project in Hubei province. Credit: FLUEELER URS / Alamy Stock Photo. GDWBB2

Guest post: China’s CO2 emissions grew less than expected in 2017

Dr Jan Ivar Korsbakken, Robbie Andrew and Dr Glen Peters are senior researchers at CICERO Center for International Climate Research in Norway. ... Read More

Guest posts | Mar 8. 2018.
Basalt rock erosion details, Brier Island, Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia, Canada. Credit: All Canada Photos / Alamy Stock Photo KCNR0T

Guest post: How ‘enhanced weathering’ could slow climate change and boost crop yields

Prof David Beerling, director of the Leverhulme Centre for Climate Change Mitigation, and Prof Stephen Long from the Department of Crop Sciences and... Read More

Guest posts | Feb 19. 2018.
CT2DH5 Clouds in Sunrise, Caribbean, Dominica.

Guest post: Why clouds hold the key to better climate models

Prof Ellie Highwood is professor of climate physics in the Department of Meteorology at the University of Reading and president of the Royal... Read More

Guest posts | Jan 18. 2018.
C82X7H Production of wood pellets. A type of wood fuel. Sawdust is manufactured to pellets. Used in boilers of central heating systems

Guest post: Bioenergy ‘flaw’ under EU renewable target could raise emissions

Prof Sir John Beddington was the UK government’s chief scientific adviser between 2008 and 2013. He is a senior strategy adviser at the Oxford... Read More

Guest posts | Dec 19. 2017.
F66Y77 Gas flame heating hot air balloon to help it rise.

Guest post: Is gas a bridge to nowhere for UK climate policy?

Steve Pye is a principal research associate at the UCL Energy Institute, specialising in energy systems analysis. ... Read More

Guest posts | Dec 5. 2017.
Floodplain in the flooded Amazon forest in Mamiraua Book

Guest post: Trees are the dominant source of methane emissions in Amazon wetlands

Prof Vincent Gauci is chair in global change ecology in the School of Environment, Earth and Ecosystem Sciences at the Open University. ... Read More

Guest posts | Dec 4. 2017.
A30C8F Electricity Insulators on power line on electricity grid

Guest post: ‘Keeping lights on’ is not just about increasing supply

Dr Aidan Rhodes is a research fellow at Imperial College London and is part of the Energy Futures Lab team, working on delivering their Briefing Paper... Read More

Guest posts | Nov 28. 2017.
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