Journal Announces New Editorial Board Members

April 8, 2022, by Michael Gillenwater

We are proud to announce new editorial board members for Carbon Management, the peer-reviewed academic journal sponsored by the GHG Management Institute. The members of the journal’s editorial board represent …

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Carbon emissions from land cover change in Central Vietnam

March 14, 2022, by Carbon Management Journal

“The carbon emissions and removals due to land cover changes between 2001 and 2010 in the Vu Gia Thu Bon River Basin, Central Vietnam, were estimated using Landsat satellite images …

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A novel approach for mapping methane mitigation potential in rice production

January 26, 2022, by Carbon Management Journal

Climate-based suitability assessment for alternate wetting and drying water management in the Philippines: a novel approach for mapping methane mitigation potential in rice production “The ‘alternate wetting and drying’ (AWD) technology for rice is a water-saving …

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Carbon Management Journal Now Open Access

September 30, 2021, by Carbon Management Journal

3.182* 2020 Impact Factor | 3.5 CiteScore We are proud that Carbon Management is now open access, thereby lowering access barriers to the free sharing of research on greenhouse gases; climate …

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Long-term low greenhouse gas emission development strategies for achieving the 1.5 degrees C target – insights from a comparison of German bottom-up energy scenarios

June 14, 2021, by Carbon Management Journal

“The Paris Agreement calls on all nations to pursue efforts to contribute to limiting the global temperature increase to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels. However, due to limited global, regional and …

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Carbon dynamics and GHG implications of increasing wood construction: long-term scenarios for residential buildings in Austria

May 10, 2021, by Carbon Management Journal

“Wooden construction elements often exhibit lower life cycle greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions than conventional counterparts (‘material substitution effect’). Moreover, the building stock represents a carbon (C) sink if timber inflows …

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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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