Socioeconomic factors and future challenges of the goal of limiting the increase in global average temperature to 1.5 °C

April 12, 2021, by Carbon Management Journal

“The Paris Agreement has confirmed that the ultimate climate policy goal is to hold the increase in the global average temperature to well below 2 °C above pre-industrial levels and …

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A comparative CO2 emissions analysis and mitigation strategies of short-sea shipping and road transport in the Marmara Region

February 19, 2021, by Carbon Management Journal

“The Marmara is the most highly trafficked region in Turkey in terms of seaway and highway transport congestion. The transport mode-based CO2 emissions budget for the region needs to take more …

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New Co-Editor In Chief | Dr. Jem Woods

November 25, 2020, by Carbon Management Journal

On behalf of GHGMI and the Editorial Board of the Carbon Management journal, we cordially welcome new co-Editor In Chief, Dr. Jeremy (Jem) Woods. Dr. Woods is a Reader in …

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Synchronizing carbon mitigation and the Sustainable Development Goals

May 28, 2020, by Carbon Management Journal

The COVID-19 pandemic has engulfed the world and is creating economic hardships for people and businesses. The economic disruption is causing temporary reduction in GHG emissions but is also adversely …

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Emission scenario analysis for China under the global 1.5 °C target

February 4, 2020, by Carbon Management Journal

“In the Paris Agreement, there are targets set up for 2100 to be well below 2 °C. A more ambitious target of 1.5 °C also appears in the agreement. In …

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Improved climate change understanding and projections for coal businesses create urgent need to initiate stronger measures toward coalbed methane in India

January 27, 2020, by Carbon Management Journal

“In this opinion paper, we contend that in light of recent findings and the expected future of Indian coal business, fugitive methane emissions from coal mining and handling activities may …

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Quantifying carbon for agricultural soil management: from the current status toward a global soil information system

September 3, 2019, by Carbon Management Journal

“The importance of building/maintaining soil carbon, for soil health and CO2 mitigation, is of increasing interest to a wide audience, including policymakers, NGOs and land managers. Integral to any approaches …

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Carbon emissions and the trilemma of trade policy, migration policy and health care in the US

May 20, 2019, by Carbon Management Journal

“Although the United States has consistently experienced a recent declining growth in carbon dioxide emissions, the country is currently the largest emitter of CO2 after China and suffers a biocapacity reserve …

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Mapping rice greenhouse gas emissions in the Red River Delta, Vietnam

November 19, 2018, by Carbon Management Journal

“Rice greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the Red River Delta, Vietnam, were mapped using multiscale satellite imagery and a processed-based biogeochemical model. Multiscale synthetic aperture radar (SAR) and optical imagery …

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Climate-smart land use requires local solutions, transdisciplinary research, policy coherence and transparency

August 26, 2018, by Carbon Management Journal

“Successfully meeting the mitigation and adaptation targets of the Paris Climate Agreement (PA) will depend on strengthening the ties between forests and agriculture. Climate-smart land use can be achieved by …

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