Climate models are one of the primary means for scientists to understand how the climate...

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As the UK once again heads to the polls on 12 December, marking the third general election since 2015, the country and its politicians face a monumental struggle to deliver a clear course for the nation’s future.

Unless the world begins to rapidly reduce greenhouse gas emissions the 1.5C goal of the...

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Global electricity production from coal is on track to fall by around 3% in 2019,...

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Last Wednesday, Carbon Brief hosted its fifth annual quiz night at a bar in central...

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The world’s largest polar research expedition is currently underway in the Arctic. The year-long mission,...

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Rising CO2 emissions are driving “profound shifts” in the global energy system, paving the way for a new wave of investment in green projects, according to the latest research by the International Energy Agency (IES).

Dr Ella Adlen is research and programmes manager at the Oxford Martin School at the...

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Dr Justin Mankin is a climate scientist, assistant professor in the department of geography at...

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