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Podcast #15: Negotiations Leading Up to Paris and Reports from Climate Week

October 26, 2015, by Don Bain

Michael Gillenwater offers commentary on the state of COP21 negotiations leading up to Paris as of 24 October 2015. Don Bain gives first-hand reports from Climate Week 23 September 2015. …

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Where Can I Find Carbon Management Research?

October 26, 2015, by Michael Gillenwater

It was almost 5 years ago that we launched, with the former publisher Earthscan, a unique new scholarly journal titled Greenhouse Gas Measurement & Management. Now, for those of you …

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Will the world meet the climate change challenge?

October 20, 2015, by Carbon Management Journal

“One of the most striking graphics in the recently published IPCC assessment reports did not make it into the Summary for Policy Makers but was used by the IPCC chair …

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Podcast #14: Listener Feedback

September 15, 2015, by Don Bain

Smart questions and comments from smart listeners! Don Bain and Michael Gillenwater respond to posted comments and emails from you. Mr. Craig Pepper shares valuable information and experience with his …

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How are Corporations Approaching Climate Adaptation?

September 15, 2015, by Aleka Seville

The science clearly shows that significant climate change impacts– such as sea level rise, increases in extreme heat and more frequent and intense storms – are already in motion due …

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Biochar soil amendment for sustainable agriculture with carbon and contaminant sequestration

April 2, 2015, by Carbon Management Journal

“Biochar offers a chance for sustainable agriculture with co-benefits 
of carbon sequestration and contaminant immobilization in soil.” Ming Zhang & Yong Sik Ok | Pages 255-257 | Published online: 29 …

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The Institute’s Top 4 Most Popular Blog Posts

April 2, 2015, by Michael Gillenwater

Over the years, we have accumulated a large trove of blog posts on carbon management topics. There are four pieces that continue to demand attention and are the most visited …

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