A podcast episode I produced for Tyndall Talks, I interview Andy Jordan on the impacts of Brexit on climate policies.
Social and governance aspects of greenhouse gas removal technologies are currently under-represented in integrated assessment models.
Along with other climate activists, I was invited by BBC Minute to talk about the impacts of COVID19 on climate change.
Emissions from burning fossil fuels are projected to grow by 0.6 per cent this year to reach almost 37 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2). This is down from 1.5 per cent in 2017 and 2.1 per cent in 2018.
The United Kingdom will see heavier rainfall according to a new research by led by Dr Markus Rau and Dr Yi He of the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research at the University of East Anglia.
Emails were stolen from UEA’s Climatic Research Unit and cherry picked by climate deniers to accuse climate scientists of falsifying data.
These kinds of “climate solutions” fail to recognise that the cost of burdening individuals to solve climate change is further marginalising those already in the margins when, as we all know, what we need to talk about are emissions from the dirty industries like fossil fuel and cement, as well as emissions from countries.
Charcoal created by fires known as pyrogenic carbon could effectively ‘lock away’ a considerable amount of carbon for years to come.