Feb 20, 2015
Paul Shrivastava, a leading expert in sustainable enterprise based in Montreal, ...
Feb 17, 2015
The IGBP community is mourning the passing of Lou Brown, retired Senior Staff As...
Feb 16, 2015
The Ecosystem Studies of Sub-Arctic Seas (ESSAS) project will hold its 10th Annu...
Throughout history human societies have had to confront and adjust to climatic a...
China recently announced its intention to peak its carbon-dioxide emissions. How soon could the emissions peak and at what absolute value?
Libo Wu explores.
The 2010-2011 La Niña weather event brought lush vegetation to vast semi-arid regions in the Southern Hemisphere and altered the delicate balance of the global carbon sinks.
Owen Gaffney explores how La Niña might change in the future and what that might imply.
Around 500 million people worldwide live on deltas, but many of the world's deltas are sinking due ...
A new data visualization released on the first day of the plenary negotiations at the UNFCCC’s clima...
Videos now online from the Stockholm public forum to mark the launch of the IPCC's climate report, 2...
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Apr 30, 2015
The ASSW 2015 will include the final event of the 3rd International Conference on Arctic Research Planning (ICARP III)
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May 8, 2015
This issue features a special section on carbon. You can read about peak greenhouse-gas emissions in China, the mitigation of black carbon emissions and the effect of the 2010-2011 La Niña event on gl...
A strategy for global environmental change research in Africa. Published 2008.
INTERGOVERNMENTAL PANEL ON CLIMATE CHANGE:
UN panel foresees big growth in renewable energy, but policies will dictate just how big.
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