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Daisy Dunne
Science writer for Contact: daisy.dunne@carbonbrief.org
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Daisy Dunne May 26
I summed up all of the climate and energy stories from the bank holiday weekend in today's briefing (yes, there were some despite the UK's political drama)
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Carbon Brief May 21
NEW - Tropical forests can still store ‘high levels’ of carbon under 2C of warming | with comment from
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Carbon Brief May 21
Apologies if anyone is struggling to get onto our webinar via Zoom. Please watch via the YouTube link:
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Daisy Dunne May 19
Today's climate headlines by me: Tropical cyclones are becoming more intense; Cyclone Amphan heads towards India and Bangladesh; Spain unveils net-zero 2050 target
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Carbon Brief May 18
NEW - Major tropical cyclones have become ‘15% more likely’ over past 40 years | w/comment from
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Daisy Dunne May 15
Thank you!
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Daisy Dunne May 15
Politicians have called Covid-19 a “once-in-a-century” crisis. But scientists have warned that biodiversity loss and climate change could be raising the risk of serious diseases passing from animals to humans. I took a look at the emerging evidence...
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Simon Evans May 7
is expected to cause the largest ever fall in global CO2 emissions this year… …but the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere will still go up – just a tiny bit slower than expected: +2.5ppm instead of +2.8ppm 😱
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Carbon Brief May 4
NEW - Global warming has ‘changed’ spread of tropical cyclones around the world | w/comment from
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India Bourke Apr 30
Hmmm 🤔 - Easyjet justifies lobbying against green taxes by pointing to need to invest in new tech (which has so far achieved - not much). And its carbon-offsetting (which has been shown to lead to deforestation). Great digging by for
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Carbon Brief Apr 22
The world has already warmed by around 0.9C since the first in 1970. And 2020 is projected to be even warmer.
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Daisy Dunne Apr 20
Replying to @daisydunnesci
For more info, see my explainer:
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Daisy Dunne Apr 20
Catch me briefly talking about the role of climate change in the ongoing locust swarms in this great short doc from
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Daisy Dunne Apr 17
Come and work with us!
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Robert McSweeney Apr 15
Here’s the latest update to ’s attribution map, now including studies published up to the end of 2019. It also features new comments from and Thanks to for all the map improvements 👍
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Leo Hickman Apr 9
++JUST PUBLISHED++ New analysis by Carbon Brief's showing that is on course to cause the largest ever annual fall in global CO2 emissions - even bigger than during world wars and depressions (but such a % decline wld still not be enough for a 1.5C pathway!)
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Daisy Dunne Apr 8
Thanks Peter!
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Daisy Dunne Apr 8
"Our results show very clearly that it is not too late to act and the benefits of acting now will be massive and will accumulate over time," tells me on the release of his new paper
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Daisy Dunne Apr 7
Our top climate story today – is back! Also: renewable energy capacity hits record levels, Australia's Great Barrier Reef sees most widespread bleaching event on record
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Daisy Dunne Apr 7
Wishing your nan all the best Al 💛💛💛
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