Should we refocus mitigation efforts on methane & black carbon?

Posted on 9th August 2012

As global carbon dioxide emissions rebound strongly after the economic crisis, many are suggesting we should refocus efforts to combat global climate change on emissions of methane or “black carbon” (like the soot particles emitted by wood-fueled cook-stoves). Improving air quality in developing countries would have massive health benefits and could affect the rate of […]

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Dr Berry selected in new steering committee

Posted on 6th August 2012

Dr Pam Berry was included in a new steering committee to guide the production of an overview of terrestrial biodiversity climate change impacts for Natural England.

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