Through the sponsorship of the Greenhouse Gas Management Institute, our parent organization, the Carbon Institute has received funding from to host an informal get-to-know-colleagues dinner on the sidelines on the upcoming COP20 in Lima Peru. If you are an academic and working in the sphere of carbon accounting, monitoring or measuring and would like to receive an invitation, please email John Niles at jniles # ucsd # edu. The purpose of the dinner will be to share ideas about carbon accounting curriculums and teaching best practices.
Recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) findings reinforce the fact that terrestrial carbon is still the most uncertain variable in the overall global carbon cycle. As the international community works toward a new global agreement on climate change, discerning the stocks and flows of terrestrial carbon continues to present scientists with the most challenges for accurately resolving the global carbon cycle. In parallel, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change continues to advance the concept of REDD+, a framework to provide incentives to ...