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A chemicals assistant inspects the photoreactor for growing of microalgae at Institute for Proceeding of Cereals (IGV) in Bergholz-Rehbruecke, Germany Credit: dpa picture alliance archive / Alamy Stock Photo

Guest post: Ten ways to use CO2 and how they compare

Can we turn CO2, the waste gas largely responsible for global warming, into a valuable feedstock? The question first emerged in the oil crisis of the... Read More

Guest posts | Nov 7. 2019.
Kemeri national park, Latvia, Northern Europe: Scenic landscape of Kemeri Great swamp with autumn colored flora of winter swamp moorland at sunny wint Credit: Jekaterina Sahmanova / Alamy Stock Photo

Guest post: Will plants help make the planet wetter or drier in a changing climate?

Dr Justin Mankin is a climate scientist, assistant professor in the department of geography at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire, and principal... Read More

Guest posts | Nov 5. 2019.
Trucks tipping boulders on to beach to build a new breakwater to prevent further coastal erosion. Lombok, Indonesia.

Guest post: Why climate scenarios need to better incorporate ‘adaptive capacity’

Dr Carl-Friedrich Schleussner is a research group leader at Humboldt University and head of climate science and impacts at Climate Analytics, and... Read More

Guest posts | Oct 28. 2019.
Wind farm in Jaisalmer, India. Credit: Prisma by Dukas Presseagentur GmbH / Alamy Stock Photo. DY917K

Analysis: India’s CO2 emissions growth poised to slow sharply in 2019

In the first eight months of 2019, growth in India’s CO2 emissions slowed down sharply, putting the country on track to its lowest annual increase... Read More

Rest of world emissions | Oct 24. 2019.
A construction worker on site in Xi'an, northwest China's Shaanxi Province, 01 May 2019. Credit: Xinhua / Alamy Stock Photo. T6GCD4

客座文章:为何中国二氧化碳排放在2019年上半年增长了4%

对初步数据的分析显示,2019年上半年,中国来自化石能源和水泥生产的二氧化碳排放量预计增长了4%。 ... Read More

Translations | Oct 22. 2019.
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