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How Many Steps Forward and How Many Back?

December 19, 2016, by Patrick Cage

COP22 Outcomes by the Numbers The UNFCCC COP21 in Paris last December was fast-paced and over-the-top, like a holiday blockbuster. The negotiations wrapped up nicely with a holiday happy ending …

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We Hope

December 19, 2016, by Lisa Hanle

Unexpected transitions bring on strong emotions, and emotions are running high right now. Domestically and internationally, daily news stories raise questions as to whether the new U.S. President will wipe …

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Terrestrial Carbon Accounting Course in Republic of Congo

December 5, 2016, by John-O Niles

The next terrestrial carbon accounting course co-hosted by The Carbon Institute and The Regional Center of Special Training in Agriculture, Forestry and Wood (CRESA Forêt-Bois), will be held from February …

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We Mourn

November 29, 2016, by Michael Gillenwater

It was November of 2000 in Washington DC. I was on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court, as a 30 year-old staff member at the US EPA working in …

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We Lose

November 9, 2016, by Molly White

I am at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) 22nd Conference of the Parties (COP22). The meeting is 3,600 miles from the United States. I awoke this …

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We Celebrate

October 28, 2016, by Michael Gillenwater

With broad smiles, yet some anxiousness, I hope you will join all of us at the GHG Management Institute in celebrating the early entry into force of the Paris Agreement. …

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Fixing greenhouse gas accounting at the city scale

December 15, 2016, by Carbon Management Journal

“The GPC, and most other, prior community-scale protocols like it, evolved from IPCC-based GHG accounting rules developed at the national scale, and where principles such as completeness, comparability and accuracy …

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Sequestration of native soil organic carbon and residue carbon in complex agroecosystems

December 15, 2016, by Carbon Management Journal

“Knowing short-term gains and losses of soil organic carbon (SOC) is crucial for understanding the role of different land management practices in climate change mitigation. This study evaluated the flow …

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Meet with us at COP22

October 31, 2016, by Molly White

Follow Our Coverage We will be posting blog content to our website. For real-time observations, follow us on Twitter: @ghginstitute @ParisAgreement Exhibit Booth Week 1 and Week 2 Here we’ll …

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International air travel and climate change: Is aviation finally in- route to sustainability?

October 25, 2016, by Stelios Pesmajoglou

Our timeline on the “History of Climate Change” is going to be crowded for 2016 because three significant events occurred in the last 10 days! On 5 October 2016, the …

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