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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.
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.
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Analysis: The climate papers most featured in the media in 2016

Every year, thousands of scientific journal papers are published by researchers across the world, but only a tiny proportion make it into the pages of... Read More

Features | Jan 12. 2017.
After several days at sea, getting acquainted with icebergs and the brisk Antarctic air, we left the safety of our expedition vessel for our second zodiac excursion of the trip.

Guest post: Misleading media coverage of Antarctic sea ice paper

Dr Jonathan Day is a polar climate scientist at the University of Reading. His work focuses on understanding and predicting changes in sea ice in the... Read More

Guest posts | Nov 29. 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.
flooded river Nidd Knaresborough Yorkshire UK December 2015

Changing climate demands new approach to flood risk, say MPs

A new report by MPs says the government could be doing a lot better at managing flooding, as well as telling people how much risk they are exposed to... Read More

Floods | Nov 2. 2016.
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Highlights: Day one at the 1.5C conference on climate change in Oxford

More than 200 climate science and policy researchers, economists and social scientists have descended this week on Keble College in Oxford for a... Read More

Global temperature | Sep 21. 2016.
Lonely van floats in flooding in Nether Poppleton, England, United Kingdom, on 27/12/2015.

In-depth: Climate change confusion over government's flooding review

The government has unveiled its long-awaited review of the risk the UK faces from heavy rain and flooding. ... Read More

Extreme weather | Sep 9. 2016.
Professor Jim Skea at the Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London

The Carbon Brief Interview: Jim Skea

Prof Jim Skea is the chair in sustainable energy at Imperial College London's Centre for Environmental Policy. He is a founding member of the UK's... Read More

Interviews | Jul 11. 2016.
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Mapped: The climate change conversation on Twitter

Twitter has become a popular social media platform for discussing climate change. A wide range of people across the world use Twitter  - scientists,... Read More

Features | Apr 26. 2016.
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Analysis: The climate papers most featured in the media in 2015

Last summer, Carbon Brief delved into the canon of published climate papers to discover which were the most influential, most cited and most covered... Read More

Features | Jan 18. 2016.
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