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CO2 fertilisation effect refers to an increase in the photosynthesis process under heightened atmospheric CO2 levels. A stronger photosynthesis process ... read more
This article examines the concept of a remaining carbon budget, and analyses different scenarios based on various data sets. Varying ... read more
This article examines what exactly the IPCC reports are, and how they can be used to predict future climate scenarios ... read more
This is the second article in a series analysing the potential of nuclear fission energy, evaluating current policy and its ... read more
This article examines the definition of nuclear fission, and the advantages and disadvantages of it as an energy production process. ... read more
An explanation of Sea Ice levels and their importance in the fight against the climate crisis. ... read more
This article explains the role of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). ... read more
Climate is driven by energy. In order to understand climate, one therefore has to first understand the basics of Earth‘s ... read more
The term “weather” refers to current – and often very local – atmospheric conditions. In contrast, “climate” is the long-term ... read more