Klaus Hasselmann and Suki Manabe Last week, the Nobel physics prize was (half) awarded to Suki Manabe and Klaus Hasselmann for their work on climate prediction and the detection and attribution of climate change. This came as quite a surprise to the climate community - though it was welcomed warmly. We've discussed the early climate model predictions a lot (including some from Manabe and … Read Full Article about A Nobel pursuit
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There is a new push to reduce CH4 emissions as a possible quick 'win-win' for climate and air quality. To be clear this is an eminently sensible idea - as it has been for decades (remember the 'Methane-to-markets' initiative from the early 2000s?), but it inevitably brings forth a mish-mash of half-remembered, inappropriate or out-of-date comparisons between the impacts of carbon dioxide and … Read Full Article about The definitive CO2/CH4 comparison post