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Chris Stark, Chef Exectutive, Committee on Climate Change. Credit: Carbon Brief

The Carbon Brief Interview: Chris Stark

Chris Stark has been the chief executive of the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) since April 2018. The CCC is the UK government’s official climate... Read More

Interviews | Jul 12. 2018.
Flight over the Thwaites glacier. Credit: U.S. National Science Foundation & U.S. Antarctic Program

Video: Why studying Thwaites glacier is vital for forecasting sea level rise

The UK and US have jointly launched a five-year research programme this week to study one of the world’s largest – and, potentially, most... Read More

Antarctic | May 2. 2018.

The Carbon Brief Interview: Prof Stephen Belcher

Prof Stephen Belcher was appointed the chief scientist at the Met Office in December 2016. In 2012, he joined the Met Office as director of the Met... Read More

Interviews | Apr 26. 2018.

In-depth: Scientists discuss how to improve climate models

While global climate models do a good job of simulating the Earth’s climate, they are not perfect. ... Read More

Climate modelling | Jan 17. 2018.
K2FMM3 Hurricane Harvey, seen fom the International Space Station. Elements of this image are furnished by NASA.

Climate change ‘tripled chances’ of Hurricane Harvey’s record rain

When Hurricane Harvey struck Texas on 25 August, the state was hit by catastrophic flooding caused by record rainfall. In just three days, up to 40... Read More

Extreme weather | Dec 13. 2017.
Dr Bill Hare

The Carbon Brief Interview: Dr Bill Hare

Dr Bill Hare is the co-founder and CEO of Climate Analytics, an international non-profit climate science and policy institute based in Germany. He is... Read More

Interviews | Dec 1. 2017.
Trondheim 22.06.2017: The science festival Starmus IV at NTNU, Trondheim, Norway. Climate Change: Facts and Fictions – Katharine Hayhoe Photo: Kai T. Dragland / NTNU

The Carbon Brief Interview: Dr Katharine Hayhoe

Dr Katharine Hayhoe is a professor in the department of political science at Texas Tech University and director of its Climate Science Center. She was... Read More

Interviews | Nov 23. 2017.
Rachel Cleetus, lead economist, Union of Concerned Scientists

COP23 video: What needs to happen by COP24 to keep the Paris Agreement on track?

Carbon Brief has been talking to a range of people attending COP23, the latest annual round of international climate negotiations being held this year... Read More

COP23 Bonn | Nov 16. 2017.
James Hansen at COP23

COP23 video: Does Donald Trump make limiting global warming to 1.5C impossible?

Carbon Brief has been talking to a range of people attending COP23, the latest annual round of United Nations climate negotiations being held this... Read More

COP23 Bonn | Nov 15. 2017.
CMBRNC Oxford, UK. 13th July 2012. Amory Lovins Chairman and Chief scientist of Rocky Mountain Institute, ReSource 2 day conference, discussing and challenging preconceptions about the current political and economic systems, 250 global leaders in business, finance, academia and politics starting a new conversation on managing natural resources longer term thinking and aligning people and profit. ReSource is founded by The Rothschild Foundation, University of Oxford and Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, Hosted at University of Oxford's Examination Schools, Oxford, UK.

The Carbon Brief Interview: Amory Lovins

Amory Lovins is the co-founder and chief scientist of the Rocky Mountain Institute. He has served as energy advisor to major firms and governments in... Read More

Interviews | Jul 4. 2017.
Prasat Bakong, Siem Reap, Cambodia. 2nd June, 2016. LERN, who has been farming all his life, plants rice in his fields near Seam Reap. Cambodia is in the second year of a record shattering drought, brought on by climate change and the El NiA±o weather pattern. Lern said this is driest he has ever seen his fields. He said he is planting because he has no choice but if they rainy season doesn't come, or if it's like last year's very short rainy season he will lose his crops.

Video: Tropics to see ‘unprecedented’ climates under future warming

Without action to curb CO2 emissions, more than a third of the world could face climates that are different from anything observed anywhere today, a... Read More

Interviews | Jun 5. 2017.
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