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A solution to the misrepresentations of CO2 equivalent emissions of short lived climate pollutants

A solution to the misrepresentations of CO 2 -equivalent emissions of short-lived climate pollutants under ambitious mitigation | npj Climate and ...

Annual a, c and cumulative b, d CO2-e and CO2-e* emissions under the GWP100 a, b and GWP* c, d metrics using historical emissions to 2015 extended ...

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Annual (left: 2010-2014 average) and cumulative (right: from 1751 to 2012) CO2-equivalent emissions under the GWP and GWP* metrics for selected regions, ...

Comparison of instantaneous radiative forcing of one-off CO2 emissions and ongoing CH4 emissions.

Integrated radiative forcing for pulses (a) of CO2 (black solid line, from. Offsetting methane emissions ...

Emissions of long-lived CO2 and N2O (red), short-lived CH4

Comparison of changes from pre-industrial values in the emissions of CO 2 and methane

Integrated radiative forcing for pulses (a) of CO2 (black solid line, from Eq. (2.3)) and (b) for CH4 scaled by GWPs for 20 (green chain), (c) 100 (blue ...

Comparison of net time-integrated radiative forcing from using a one-off removal of

Cumulative Emissions and Climate Policy

Comparison of net time-integrated radiative forcing from using a one-off removal of 1Gt of CO2 to offset ongoing CH4 emissions (i.e. differences of cases in ...

Comparison of instantaneous radiative forcing of one-off CO2 emissions and ongoing CH4 emissions. The CO2 releases are of 1Gt CO2 as an 'instantaneous' ...

Accounting for the climate-carbon feedback in emission metrics

(a) Temperature anomalies relative to a baseline with historical forcings to 2000 and SRES A2 forcings to 2100 in simulations with a pulse of 50 × 1990 ...

Idealized model simulations of the CCR.a, Simulation with a 1% per year atmospheric CO2 increase for 70 years, showing temperature change per unit ...

New use of global warming potentials to compare cumulative and short-lived climate pollutants | Nature Climate Change

Simulated temperature responses to pulse emissions of (a) CO 2 , (b)

The redistribution of carbon between the key carbon reservoirs considered in our model i.e. the atmosphere

Reducing CO 2 from shipping – do non-CO 2 effects matter?

Figure A II 2 | Energy sector electricity and heat CO 2 emissions calculated

Greenhouse-Gas Emission Targets For Limiting Global Warming To 2°C

Multimodel emission metrics for regional emissions of short lived climate forcers

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(a) Temperature anomalies relative to a baseline with historical forcings to 2000 and SRES

A solution to the misrepresentations of CO2-equivalent emissions of short-lived climate pollutants under ambitious mitigation

Cumulative carbon emissions, emissions floors and short-term rates of warming: Implications for policy

Dr Michelle Cain on Twitter: "You can find out about our recent paper on valuing #methane's warming impact: @carbonbrief: https://t.co/mPFWjr2pCU ...

RF removal rates grouped into the main processes removing greenhouse gases from the atmosphere as follows

Warming commitment for selected scenarios shown in Fig. 1a.

Contributions to GMST change for both population adjusted contributions to GMST change normalized to the global

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Credit: Sanderson et al. (2016)

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a–d, Global warming from implementing SLCP reductions in different decades and away from four different baseline (thick curves) emission scenarios: RCP3PD ...

New Paper: CO2 Emissions From Biofuels Are Worse Than Coal, Yet EU Says Biofuels Are 'Carbon Neutral'

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Global temperature change potential (GTP) for (a) CH 4 and (b

New methane emissions metric proposed for climate change policy

Absolute global mean surface temperature changes (AGTP, left side) and absolute global mean

Switching to a home battery won't help save the world from climate change

Cumulative carbon emissions, emissions floors and short-term rates of warming: Implications for policy

Multimodel emission metrics for regional emissions of short lived climate forcers

Emission metrics for quantifying regional climate impacts of aviation

A simple framework for assessing the trade-off between the climate impact of aviation carbon dioxide emissions and contrails for a single flight

WRI global GHG emissions flowchart. Global human greenhouse gas emissions flowchart, from ...

As table 1, but showing GWP and MGTP from UVic-CC based on pulse

Improved emission metric shows new path to innovative climate change policy

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Regional emission metrics for short-lived climate forcers from multiple models

Multimodel emission metrics for regional emissions of short lived climate forcers

Emission metrics for quantifying regional climate impacts of aviation

The implications of carbon dioxide and methane exchange for the heavy mitigation RCP2.6 scenario under two metrics

Impact on peak warming of early implementation of SLCP measures versus simultaneous rate of reduction of

(from Methane UK report 2000)

Now without grazing livestock, un-grazed grasses continue to grow until they die off for the season. When the grasses die off, they emit all the CO2 they ...

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Radiative forcing and climate metrics for ozone precursor emissions: The impact of multi-model averaging

Historical validation of the FAIR (blue), AR5-IR (red),

a, Simulated CO2-attributable warming as a function of cumulative CO2 emissions based on historical and RCP 8.5-Ext (solid) and 1PCTCO2 simulations (dotted) ...

recent methane levels

Carbon–climate response (CCR, ensemble mean only) in °C per TtonC

Cumulative carbon emissions, emissions floors and short-term rates of warming: Implications for policy

Reducing CO 2 from shipping – do non-CO 2 effects matter?

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a, Total anthropogenic and CO2-induced warming, and corresponding emissions pathways. The orange and green lines show the observed global average ...

The implications of carbon dioxide and methane exchange for the heavy mitigation RCP2.6 scenario under two metrics

In-depth: Experts assess the feasibility of 'negative emissions'

Annual atmospheric CO2 for the Mauna Loa data (Tans, P. and Keeling, R., 2017) and an average atmospheric CO2 concentration of 343.32 ppm and a least ...

Study reveals that green incentives could actually be increasing CO2 emissions

A simple framework for assessing the trade-off between the climate impact of aviation carbon dioxide emissions and contrails for a single flight

PTW [plant-to-wheel] CO2 emissions for charging EV in France are consequently about 10 times lower than CO2 emissions of comparable ICEV [internal ...

Cumulative carbon emissions, emissions floors and short-term rates of warming: Implications for policy

Global annual share and sources of GHG emissions (a) Global annual emissions of anthropogenic

Characteristics of the biomass and post-harvest net ecosystem exchanges (NEE) used

Dependency of the timing of maximum warming on pulse size. Global mean surface temperature response

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