The world’s emissions of the main greenhouse gas produced by human activities, carbon dioxide, in 2013 are expected to be nearly two-thirds higher than in 1990
Tyndall Centre scientist argues that radical emissions reductions are required to keep within safe warming limits
Scientists warn governments to be ‘politically pragmatic’ and prepare for worst case climate change scenarios
New figures from the Global Carbon Project show that emissions have risen 2.6% in 2012, making them 58% higher than 1990 levels.
COP18: Writing for RTCC the Tyndall Centre’s Heike Schroeder calls for the UN to rethink rules and practices around state representation at climate conferences
As policy makers the world over head to Doha for the UN Climate Talks, the Tyndall Centre’s Asher Minns asks why the climate change message is not translating into cuts in carbon.
COP18: Study finds poorer countries are marginalised in the UNFCCC negotiation process as they are unable to compete with the growing delegations of richer counterparts
More and more scientists warn that the world could see global average temperatures rise 6°C by 2100. What would this mean for the planet?