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Quantifying the response and sensitivity of tropical forest carbon sinks to various drivers

Project Rationale. Terrestrial ecosystems play an important role in the climate system and the global carbon cycle. For example, terrestrial vegetation acts as a carbon sink by absorbing up to 15-30% of all anthropogenic CO. Read more

Quadrat DTP CASE: Soils as an effective carbon sink? Rates of carbon sequestration and long-term storage in soils across Northern Ireland

Global climate change caused by anthropogenic carbon emissions is of major concern, and more information on how much carbon is being stored within and emitted from different ecosystems is urgently required, both to enhance future climate predictions and to implement robust carbon mitigation measures. Read more

A machine learning approach to identify carbon dioxide-binding proteins for sustainability and health

The role of carbon dioxide in the history of life on Earth is unequivocal. Global carbon dioxide fixation by ancient bacteria, approximately 2½ billion years ago, generated the atmospheric oxygen that permitted the evolution of the Earth’s dizzying array of multicellular organisms. Read more

The vulnerability of soil carbon to extreme rainfall

There is a growing imperative to reverse global soil carbon losses and increase soil carbon stocks. This action could contribute to climate change mitigation and improve food security. Read more

Beavers and climate change mitigation in freshwater systems

The reintroduction of beavers has been a conservation success story repeated across Europe and North America. By damming small rivers and creating pools, ponds and canals, beavers have restored lost ecosystem services such as. Read more

Changing behaviour to enable design and delivery of low carbon trials

Fifteen years ago, the Sustainable Trials Study Group concluded that ‘clinical trials contribute to greenhouse gas emissions.’ and current estimates predict that the 350,000 trials registered on clinicaltrials.gov have a carbon usage of 27.5M tonnes. Read more

Construction materials and products. Investigation about embodied carbon assessment methods and solutions

Buildings consume 40% of energy produced in the world. This percentage increases to over 60% in the UK. In European countries, existing regulations limit operational energy consumption/carbon emissions and have brought to considerable savings. Read more

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