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Chocolate chickens in a cage, Morocco.

Guest post: Intensive, lower-carbon animal farming could raise pandemic risks

Agriculture has a huge impact on the environment. Food production takes up more than one-third of Earth’s land, is responsible for one-third of hum... Read More

Guest posts | Nov 30. 2022.
Coal plant and wind energy at the Eemshaven Seaport in Groningen, Netherlands.

Guest post: What the tiny remaining 1.5C carbon budget means for climate policy

The latest estimates from the Global Carbon Project (GCP) show that total worldwide CO2 emissions in 2022 have reached near-record levels.  T... Read More

Guest posts | Nov 11. 2022.
Heavy traffic at a standstill in North Somerset, UK.

Analysis: Global CO2 emissions from fossil fuels hit record high in 2022

Global carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels and cement have increased by 1.0% in 2022, new estimates suggest, hitting a new record high of 36.6... Read More

Emissions | Nov 11. 2022.
Taking a core sample in the Congo peatlands in the DRC. Credit: Greenpeace/Kevin McElvaney.

Guest post: Discovering a potential ‘tipping point’ for Congo’s tropical peatland

The world’s largest tropical peatland complex lies in the centre of Africa’s Congo basin.  First mapped by my research team in 2017, we e... Read More

Guest posts | Nov 2. 2022.

Guest post: Mapping the most influential Twitter accounts during COP26

Social media platforms increasingly shape the flow of information and influence around the world today.  In the rapidly evolving global media... Read More

Guest posts | Nov 1. 2022.
US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry talks to delegates from China at COP26

Guest post: What gets prioritised and ignored at UN climate negotiations?

When nations gather in the Egyptian resort town of Sharm el-Sheikh for another round of UN climate negotiations in November, things may get off to a ... Read More

Guest posts | Oct 25. 2022.
Agronomist examining quality of fertile agricultural earth. Credit: Andriana Syvanych / Alamy Stock Photo.

Guest post: Testing how the latest climate models simulate global soil carbon

The world’s soils are the largest active store of carbon on the Earth’s land surface – clocking in at least three times more than in forests an... Read More

Guest posts | Oct 11. 2022.
Greenland ice sheet. Credit: elementix / Alamy Stock Photo.

Guest post: How ancient ice-age valleys could hold the key to global ice-sheet loss

Advances in satellite technology over recent decades have allowed scientists to chart the melting of the Earth’s ice sheets in remarkable detail. ... Read More

Guest posts | Oct 5. 2022.
Shoal of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua), and a few Pollocks (Pollachius virens)

Guest post: Why ocean depth is key for how warming will affect marine life

The world’s oceans are home to more than 240,000 known species, each with specific conditions in which they need to thrive. However, human-cause... Read More

Guest posts | Sep 30. 2022.
A woman sits in the shade at Primrose Hill during the severe heatwave, London, UK, 19 July 2022. Credit: xStephen Chung / Alamy Stock Photo.

Guest post: A Met Office review of the UK’s record-breaking summer in 2022

With the summer of 2022 entering the climate record books as the first time that the UK has hit an air temperature above 40C, it has without question... Read More

Guest posts | Sep 28. 2022.
Aerial view of the ice sheet, Greenland. Credit: imageBROKER / Alamy Stock Photo.

Guest post: How the Greenland ice sheet fared in 2022

The end of the northern-hemisphere summer brings to a close the Greenland ice sheet melt season and with it confirmation that 2022 was the 26th year ... Read More

Guest posts | Sep 22. 2022.
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