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Slash and burn deforestation in the amazon rainforest. 60-70 percent of deforestation in the Amazon results from cattle ranches and soyabeans cultivation while the rest mostly results from small-scale subsistence agriculture.

Guest Post: Forests to provide a quarter of Paris Agreement's pledged mitigation

This is a guest post by Dr Jo House, reader in environmental science and policy at the University of Bristol's Cabot Institute, and Dr Giacomo Grassi,... Read More

Guest posts | Feb 27. 2017.
Holley Kelly helps retrieve the CTD/Rosette ensemble from the Bering Strait, east of the Diomede Islands, June 2011

Guest post: Why NOAA updates its sea surface temperature record

This is a guest article by Prof Peter Thorne, professor of physical geography at Maynooth University in Ireland, and centre director of the Irish... Read More

Guest posts | Feb 10. 2017.
The climate ecosystem on twitter in 2016

Mapped: The climate change conversation on Twitter in 2016

Last year, Carbon Brief asked John Swain from Right Relevance to produce a map which visualised the climate change conversation on Twitter. In April,... Read More

Guest posts | Jan 31. 2017.
Business Commuters Walking Home After Work, Sunset Backlit, Blurred Motion

Guest post: What can climate models tell us about impacts at 1.5C and 2C?

Dr Rachel James is a research fellow at the Environmental Change Institute at the University of Oxford, specialising in climate modelling and African... Read More

Guest posts | Jan 25. 2017.
A steam train waiting to receive water from a water tower at a station in North Yorkshire.

Guest post: The challenge of defining the ‘pre-industrial’ era

This is a cross-post from the Climate Lab Book blog, written by Dr Ed Hawkins, associate professor in the Department of Meteorology at the University... Read More

Guest posts | Jan 25. 2017.
Congo basin peatland

Guest post: Vast carbon store found under Congo swamp forest

A guest article by Prof Simon Lewis, professor of global change science at University College London and the University of Leeds. ... Read More

Guest posts | Jan 13. 2017.
Coal workers in Shizuishan, China

Guest post: Coal price surge will not stop China’s drive to reduce emissions

Wu Lixin is the deputy director of the Coal Strategic Planning Research Institute in Beijing. It is a new department of the China Coal Research... Read More

Guest posts | Jan 11. 2017.
Senior on newspaper stand
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Guest post: Press complaints process is 'exercise in futility' for scientists

This is a comment article authored by two scientists who have made complaints to regulators about coverage of climate science in the media. The first... Read More

Guest posts | Jan 6. 2017.
Schareck ski region in Austria

Factcheck: Newspaper claim about global temperature is 'deeply misleading'

This is a guest post by Zeke Hausfather, a climate scientist and energy systems analyst at Berkeley Earth, an independent temperature analysis... Read More

Global temperature | Dec 3. 2016.
A handful of black oil rich sand from Alberta Canada.

Guest post: Five ways the Paris Agreement can address oversupply of fossil fuels

Michael Lazarus is a senior scientist and US Center director at the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), based in Seattle. Harro van Asselt is a... Read More

Guest posts | Nov 22. 2016.
Prosper Sawadogo, 63 year old farmer. Prosper’s diversity of agricultural production is enough to feed his family for the whole year. Birou village, Burkina Faso.

Guest post: Power of images to shape climate change perceptions

Dr Adam Corner is the research director at Climate Outreach and an honorary research fellow at the school of psychology, Cardiff University. ... Read More

Guest posts | Nov 16. 2016.
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