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Guest post: Mapping ‘blue-carbon wealth’ around the world

Carbon “sinks”, such as forests or the ocean, play a crucial role in absorbing atmospheric CO2 and thereby reducing the damages caused by climate... Read More

Guest posts | Jul 12. 2021.
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ゲスト投稿:低い「気候感度」が除外できた理由

国際的な科学者チームが 4 年間かけて詳細な議論を重ねた結果、大気中 CO2濃 度の増加に対する世界の地表温度... Read More

Guest posts | Jun 30. 2021.
Small island in the Ross Sea, Antarctica, with pack ice in the foreground

Guest post: Deciphering the rise and fall of Antarctic sea ice extent

The sharp decline in Arctic sea ice over recent decades has become one of the most enduring images of the Earth’s warming climate. Yet, at the same... Read More

Guest posts | Jun 29. 2021.
A hot steel billet is removed from furnace as a cold billet waits in foreground

Guest post: These 553 steel plants are responsible for 9% of global CO2 emissions

The iron and steel industry is responsible for 11% of global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and will need to change rapidly to align with the world... Read More

Guest posts | Jun 29. 2021.
Aerial view of houses in Puerto Rico without roofs due to the strong winds brought by Hurricane Maria

Guest post: How attribution can fill the evidence ‘gap’ in climate litigation

In November 2015, a Peruvian farmer and mountain guide, Saúl Luciano Lliuya, launched a pioneering bid for climate justice in a German court more th... Read More

Guest posts | Jun 28. 2021.
Ratcliffe-on-Soar coal-fired power station

Guest post: Emissions should fall ‘twice as fast’ in case negative emissions fail

Many model pathways designed to meet the climate goals of the Paris Agreement rely heavily on large-scale carbon dioxide removal (CDR), also known a... Read More

Guest posts | Jun 28. 2021.
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Guest post: Why CO2 removal is not equal and opposite to reducing emissions

In recent years, countries, companies and institutions around the world have set “net-zero” emissions targets as part of efforts to tackle climat... Read More

Guest posts | Jun 21. 2021.
A procession of 50 ton trucks are loaded with overburden on their way to a spoil heap at a new open cast mine near Ordos, China

Guest post: Hundreds of planned coal mines ‘incompatible with 1.5C target’

Proposals to build hundreds of new coal mines could raise global output of the fossil fuel by 30%, putting the world’s climate goals or up to $91bn... Read More

Guest posts | Jun 10. 2021.
Red phone box in St Ives, decorated to welcome the G7 summit to Cornwall

Guest post: G7 climate laws ‘cut emissions by 1.3bn tonnes in 2019’

Climate laws implemented by the G7 group of major economies cut their collective carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 1.3bn tonnes (GtCO2) in 2019. T... Read More

Guest posts | Jun 8. 2021.
Members of the South Carolina's Helicopter Aquatic Rescue Team in Texas during Hurricane Harvey

Guest post: Lessons learned from five years of extreme weather ‘rapid attribution’

In the immediate aftermath of an extreme weather event, a common question arises around how much human-caused climate change contributed to its likel... Read More

Guest posts | May 17. 2021.
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Guest post: Why the low carbon transition may be much cheaper than models predict

To achieve net-zero emissions by mid-century, global energy systems must undergo a wholesale switch to low-carbon and energy-efficient technologies. ... Read More

Guest posts | May 12. 2021.
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