Methane, Global warming potential, Kyoto Protocol, Low-carbon fuel standard, Carbon dioxide, Climate change

The Paris Agreement, Five Years Later: What Research Says About Future Directions

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At the Paris Agreement's five year anniversary, what can the U.S. gain from rejoining, and why should nations increase their ambition?

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The Paris Agreement, Five Years Later: What Research Says About Future Directions

The Paris Agreement, Five Years Later: What Research Says About Future Directions

At the Paris Agreement's five year anniversary, what can the U.S. gain from rejoining, and why should nations increase their ambition?

expert reaction to the IPCC Special Report on Climate Change and Land

expert reaction to the IPCC Special Report on Climate Change and Land

The health and sustainable management of land and natural systems is both an aim and a means to ambitious climate action in the next decade.” Prof Jane Rickson, Professor of Soil Erosion ...

UN Environment’s 2018 Emissions Gap Report

UN Environment’s 2018 Emissions Gap Report

This year has seen some outstanding progress in the fight to protect the climate, with impressive commitments from cities, countries, and companies around the world. But the truth is, there ...

The impact of current climate policies on greenhouse gas emissions

The impact of current climate policies on greenhouse gas emissions

Shaikh Eskander and Sam Fankhauser share the results of their new study that shows the carbon savings made due to climate change laws and policies over the last two decades and call on ...

Clearing the air

Clearing the air

The months-long Covid-19 pandemic has taken a terrible toll on economies and the wellbeing of people worldwide, but it's certainly not the only threat humanity faces.

Emissions of carbon dioxide into Earth's atmosphere reach record high

Emissions of carbon dioxide into Earth's atmosphere reach record high

Carbon dioxide – the greenhouse gas most responsible for global warming – has reached an all-time high in 2018, scientists announced Wednesday.

More than 60 cities now use “gold-standard” global protocol to report on GHG emissions

More than 60 cities now use “gold-standard” global protocol to report on GHG emissions

By Michael Doust, Programme Director, Measurement and Planning The IPCC’s “Global Warming of 1.5°C” report calls for rapid, far-reaching and unprecedented changes in all aspects of ...

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Project steering committee John Christensen (UNEP DTU Partnership), Navroz K. Dubash (Centre for Policy Research, India), Thelma Krug (Brazilian National Institute for Space Research), ...

Interactions between a Federal Carbon Tax and Other Climate Policies

Interactions between a Federal Carbon Tax and Other Climate Policies

This report develops a framework to consider the interactions between a federal carbon tax and salient energy and emissions policies. The paper provides policymakers information about how ...

Countries are not doing enough to keep Earth's temperature from rising to near-catastrophic levels, a UN report says

Countries are not doing enough to keep Earth's temperature from rising to near-catastrophic levels, a UN report says

Countries must take "rapid and transformational action" to reduce their carbon emissions in order to stall potentially catastrophic temperatures, according to a new UN Environmental Program ...

Sustainability Shift - Oil's Future in the Energy Transition: S&P Global Platts

Sustainability Shift - Oil's Future in the Energy Transition: S&P Global Platts

LONDON, Feb. 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- When it comes to energy markets and climate risks, the debate around energy transition has shifted from when it will happen to what it

4 big takeaways from the UN’s alarming climate change report

4 big takeaways from the UN’s alarming climate change report

1.5 degrees Celsius of warming will be much worse than the 1 degree Celsius we’re experiencing now.