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Press releases

2005

"Drought bumps up global thermostat"
As the European drought continues, two research groups have warned that it will unleash large amounts of CO2 into the environment (New Scientist / 6 August 2005 / p.16)

2004

 
European scientists launching the world largest project on carbon science (Spoleto/Italy, 23 January 2004)
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2003

 
Afforestation for sustainable development. Scientists urge for strict criteria for CDM projects. Presentation of report on criteria for CDM projects, SBSTA, Bonn/Germany. (6 June)
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Dedicated land use cannot solve the problem of climate change. The first European comprehensive carbon balance shows that only 7-12% of the anthropogenic CO2 emissions are absorbed by the biosphere (Janssens et al., Science 2003). (23 May)
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Climate observer on Ochsenkopf. Max-Planck-Institute for Biogeochemistry launches tall tower measurements of greenhouse gases in Northeast Bavaria . (21 May)
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