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Daisy Dunne
Science writer for Tips: daisy.dunne@carbonbrief.org
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Daisy Dunne Jun 12
Important new attribution study finding that last year’s northern-hemisphere heatwave could not have happened without climate change
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Rosamund Pearce Jun 12
🏭How the UK has transformed its electricity supply in a decade ☀ ...and how things are expected to continue changing. Me and have been working on this interactive for over a year!
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Daisy Dunne Jun 11
Replying to @Josh_Gabbatiss
Was this video taken from a helicopter?! 😂
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Carbon Brief May 30
NEW - Japan’s deadly 2018 heatwave ‘could not have happened without climate change’ |
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Terry Hughes May 28
Has anyone actually seen a plastic straw underwater on the ? After 34 years of reef diving - I still haven’t found ONE. Banning straws while approving new coal mines is utter madness.
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Daisy Dunne May 28
She won! My brilliant colleague has just accepted the Innovation award on behalf of her, and the rest of
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The Green News May 24
Irish scientists and academics have signed an open letter supporting the climate strike movement and its “justified” concerns over the threat posed by climate change.
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Daisy Dunne May 24
I got up early to write today's daily briefing. It features 's call for adults to join the climate strike, an long read on climate change's role in war and news of record methane levels, according to . More:
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Daisy Dunne May 23
The findings suggest that "marine ecosystems have entered the Anthropocene”, according to the study's lead author.
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Dann Mitchell May 21
My colleague shows that there is a 5% chance of 2m sea-level rise by 2100- he frames this perfectly "If I said to you that there was a one in 20 chance that if you crossed the road you would be squashed you wouldn't go near it"
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Daisy Dunne May 17
Replying to @ojamsh @royalsociety
We will miss you, good luck!
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Kate Marvel May 15
What I’m going to tell Congress today: a thread
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Carbon Brief May 15
NEW - European forests could ‘live fast and die young’ in a warming climate |
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Rebecca Morelle May 13
Third ever time humans have made it to bottom of the Mariana Trench - and what do they see? Eerie landscape, amazing life... and a plastic bag! Our waste is finding its way into the planet’s most remote environments
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Daisy Dunne May 10
Replying to @phoeb0 @Independent
Congrats Phoebe!
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Carbon Brief May 8
++Breaking++ Great Britain has just gone a whole week without using coal to generate electricity |
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Daisy Dunne May 8
Great factcheck by my former colleague
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Emma Howard 🌍 May 7
Catching up on news? Before happened, the BBC's top story yesterday was a landmark UN report warning about mass extinctions. This is a crisis for nature, but also a crisis for humanity, on a par with climate change. Here's why: THREAD 👇
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Seán Thór Herron May 3
I did this last year and it was awesome, do it sci comms crew 👇👇👇
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Damian Kahya May 3
"It's really all about how deep we can get the carbon". Scientists are discovering how ocean species like Krill lock carbon away for 100s or even 1000s of years. But their habitats are at risk from fishing, mining and climate change itself.
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