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Dr Arwyn Edwards is a senior lecturer in biology from the University of Aberystwyth and Dr Joe Cook is a postdoctoral researcher in glaciology...

The Carbon Brief Interview: Saudi Arabia’s Ayman Shasly

Ayman Shashly is a senior negotiator for Saudi Arabia at both the UNFCCC and IPCC. In his role as an international policies consultant with...

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Dr Iain Staffell is a senior lecturer in sustainable energy at Imperial College London’s Centre for Environmental Policy. He leads the Electric Insights project...

COP24 video: How can the Paris Agreement stay on track in a world with...

Carbon Brief has been talking to a range of people attending COP24, the latest annual round of international climate negotiations being held this year...

Interactive: How climate finance ‘flows’ around the world

Climate finance is one of the bedrocks of negotiations at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), including the “COP24” talks taking...

Met Office: Climate change made 2018 UK summer heatwave ‘30 times more likely’

This year’s summer heatwave, which saw temperature records broken across the UK, was made up to 30 times more likely by climate change, a...

Analysis: Fossil-fuel emissions in 2018 increasing at fastest rate for seven years

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Analysis: Which countries have sent the most delegates to COP24?

On Sunday, the 24th Conference of the Parties (COP24) got underway in Katowice in Poland, bringing thousands of negotiators together for two weeks of...

Explainer: Why some US Democrats want a ‘Green New Deal’ to tackle climate change

A growing number of Democrats in the US Congress are hoping to create a new set of policies which would trigger a rapid decarbonisation...

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