Get the maths right on emissions or risk missing temperature target, warn Oxford scientists
The way that governments are setting targets for different greenhouse gas emissions could be “unfair, inefficient and dangerous”, researchers argue in a new paper.
'To meet Paris Agreement targets, focus on warming, not emissions'
New Zealand’s farmers have a chance to be climate leaders
New Zealand’s new 2050 climate targets are good news, as the country’s contribution to global warming could be halted before 2050 if the stated cuts start immediately.
Why protesters should be wary of ‘12 years to climate breakdown’ rhetoric
COP24: how can we achieve net zero in energy, industry and agriculture?
COP24: UN talks have an opportunity to align rules with their long-term temperature goal
COP 24: High profile heroes and barriers to net zero
New methane emissions metric proposed for climate change policy
A new paper published today has outlined a better way to think about how methane and other gases contribute to greenhouse gas emissions budgets. This is an important step towards evaluating the warming from methane emissions when developing strategies to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement.