Another climate elephant in the room? The other GHGs: CH4, N2O, SF6

Carbon dioxide may be the most significant greenhouse gas (GHG), but it is not the only one. Methane (CH4), Nitrous

Stocks & flows, and the bathtub – Climate Interactive

Oceans, Carbon & Heat – have we wrecked another equilibrium?

Atmospheric CO2 growth animation

This is a very good animation showing forsit the measurements of the growth of CO2 in the last 30 years,

Is Carbon Dioxide the only greenhouse gas?

There are at least seven important greenhouse gases: Carbon dioxide (CO2), mainly from the burning of fossil fuels and agricultural

Timeline of the earth’s average temperature since the last Ice Age

The Grand Challenge: Negative Emission Technologies

This article published in ‘Frontiers in Climate’, 21 May 2019, by Phil Renforth (School of Engineering and Physical Sciences, and Research

Taskforce on Scaling Voluntary Carbon Markets, established by Mark Carney, UN Special Envoy for Climate Action.

“A well-functioning voluntary carbon market is critical to reaching net zero and net negative goals. The current market must scale at least 15x, and potentially 160x.”

“In the coming months, the Taskforce will take stock of existing voluntary carbon markets and efforts to grow these markets, identify key challenges and impediments, build consensus on how best to scale up voluntary carbon markets and finally, present a blueprint of actionable solutions.”