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Sea ice breaking up in spring, near Kulusuk, Greenland.

Video: Climate scientists discuss record lows in Arctic and Antarctic sea ice

Scientists confirmed last week that sea ice in both the Arctic and Antarctic fell to record low levels in March, capping off an exceptional few months... Read More

Interviews | Mar 28. 2017.
sporton-hero

The Carbon Brief Interview: Benjamin Sporton

Benjamin Sporton has been the chief executive of the World Coal Association since June 2015. He became the organisation's policy director in 2010. He... Read More

Interviews | Mar 27. 2017.
Beautiful Nature in Norway. On the photograph is a river Numedalslågen. Numedalslågen stretches for over 250 kilometres (160 mi) through the counties of Vestfold and Buskerud, beginning at the Hardangervidda plateau and meeting the ocean at Larvik in Vestfold. Numedalslågen is one of Norway's longest rivers.

Video: Prof Nick Pidgeon on European perceptions about climate change

Last June, more than 4,000 people across four European countries – France, Germany, Norway and the UK – were asked various questions about energy... Read More

Interviews | Mar 8. 2017.
UNFCCC Executive Secretary Patricia Espinosa at COP22 in Marrakech

Video: Patricia Espinosa on Trump, Brexit, 'loss and damage' and 1.5C goal

Patricia Espinosa, who last year took the helm as executive secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), was in... Read More

Interviews | Feb 24. 2017.
Dr Emily Shuckburgh

Video: Dr Emily Shuckburgh on peer-reviewing the Ladybird book on climate change

Ladybird, the children's publisher, has launched a new series of "expert books" today. One of the topics is climate change, with the others being... Read More

Interviews | Jan 26. 2017.
Barry Gardiner, Labour's shadow minister for international climate change. Photo: Ros Pearce

The Carbon Brief Interview: Barry Gardiner

Barry Gardiner has been the Labour MP for Brent North since 1997. He is currently Labour's shadow secretary of state for international trade and... Read More

Interviews | Jan 23. 2017.
Dr Gavin Schmidt

Video: NASA's Dr Gavin Schmidt on 2016 as the hottest year on record

On Wednesday, the world's three major meteorological organisations will reveal how global temperature in 2016 stacked up against previous years. Given... Read More

Interviews | Jan 16. 2017.
Using observations from NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory (OCO-2) satellite, scientists developed a model of the behavior of carbon in the atmosphere from September 1, 2014 to August 31, 2015

Video: NASA produces first 3D animation of global carbon emissions

NASA, the US space agency, has released an "eye-popping" three-dimensional animation showing carbon dioxide emissions moving through the Earth's... Read More

Global emissions | Dec 14. 2016.
Jacqueline McGlade, Chief Scientist and Acting Director, Division of Early Warning and Assessment, United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)

Video: UNEP chief scientist on 1.5C climate goal and Donald Trump

Prof Jacqueline McGlade is the chief scientist of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the body that coordinates the UN's environmental... Read More

Interviews | Nov 17. 2016.
Donald Trump at a rally in Arizona. Credit: Gage Skidmore.

US election: Climate scientists react to Donald Trump's victory

In what's widely being described as the most shocking upset in US election history, Donald J Trump has beaten Hillary Clinton to become the 45th... Read More

Interviews | Nov 9. 2016.
stone crushers in India

'Coal doesn't benefit the poor': Dan Kammen on energy access and poverty

The role of coal in poverty reduction is contentious. The Overseas Development Institute's recent Beyond Coal report argues that better options are... Read More

Interviews | Nov 4. 2016.
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