Sausages blamed for its contribution to the World Cup carbon footprint.
Christmas tree, oh Christmas tree, how environmental friendly are you…
Image credit: Leon Brocard via Flickr. By Katie Morrey The centrepiece of Christmas decorations in most households will be the Christmas tree. Every year there are whole conversations about whether you have […]
CO2 emissions stalls for the first time in 40 years
Photo credit: dmytrok via Flickr. By Anders Lorenzen It was not the news anyone expected to receive on Friday the 13th of March 2015 but, nevertheless, that was the day on which […]
Opinion: Assuring real progress on climate
By Dr. James Hansen In the “Lima Accord”, adopted a week ago in reasonably congenial negotiations in Peru, nearly 200 nations agreed to reduce their fossil fuel emissions from burning of coal, […]
Video: Leonardo DiCaprio narrates new climate short miniseries
Leonardo DiCaprio with former US Vice President Al Gore. Photo credit: Jeff Pulver via Flickr. Green World Rising – a new short climate miniseries narrated by Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio and a […]
Editorial: 400 PPM, we know what we have to do
As we hit 400 PPM, CO2 emissions are showing no signs of declining. Yesterday, we wrote about the fact that CO2 levels in the atmosphere were about to hit 400 parts per […]
Will global CO2 levels reach 400 PPM this year?
Keeling Curve’s graph showing rise of CO2 levels from 1958 until today measured in PPM. Credit: Keeling Curve. By Anders Lorenzen In the last year we have seen several records being broken; […]
Analysis: Will US emissions rise again?
Are the US about to increase it’s use of coal? By Anders Lorenzen The US have lately applauded themselves for going in the right direction on climate as a switch from coal […]
Poland continues to gamble with the EU’s climate policy
By Anders Lorenzen Since our 25th January report on the lowest carbon price ever recorded in the European Union’s Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) of €2.81 per ton, the price has stabilised a […]
Hedegaard appeals to member states to support back-loading
By Anders Lorenzen The carbon price at the EU’s Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) yesterday fell to an all time low at just €2.81, fuelling questions about the systems capability to reduce CO2 […]