Published on 27 May 2022
Just over 20 years ago the Global Carbon Project (GCP) was established to bring together the international scientific community to establish a common and mutually agreed knowledge base to support policy action to slow down and ultimately stop the increase of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Since 2006, the GCP has produced the Global Carbon Budget (GCB) which is an accurate assessment of human induced carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and their redistribution among the atmosphere, ocean, and terrestrial biosphere.
The launch is an opportunity for you to:
• learn more about why the GCB is so important and influential.
• find out about the methodologies and data sets used.
• explore synergies with your own research and how we can work collaboratively on research in the future
• discuss with climate, social and data scientists, economists and engineers how we can increase the reach and influence of the GCB.
This event is for University of Exeter staff.