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Importance of non-CO2 emissions in carbon management. / Bows-Larkin, Alice; Mclachlan, Carly; Mander, Sarah; Wood, Ruth; Röder, Mirjam; Thornley, Patricia; Dawkins, Elena; Gough, Clair; O'keefe, Laura; Sharmina, Maria.

In: Carbon Management, Vol. 5, No. 2, 12.08.2014, p. 193-210.

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title = "Importance of non-CO2 emissions in carbon management",
abstract = "Background: GHG budgets highlight a need for urgency, yet analyses are often CO2-focused, with less attention paid to non-CO2. Results: In this paper, scenarios are used to explore non-CO2 drivers and barriers to their mitigation, drawing out implications for CO2 management. Results suggest that even optimistic technological and consumption-related developments lead to on-going increases in global N2O, largely to improve food security within a changing climate. This contrasts with existing analysis, where lower levels of N2O by 2050 are projected. Conclusions: As avoiding '2{\^A}°C' limits the emissions budget, constraints on reducing non-CO2 add pressure to energy system decarbonization. Overlooking how a changing climate and rising consumption restricts efforts to curb non-CO2 will result in policies aiming to avoid 2{\^A}°C falling short of the mark .",
author = "Alice Bows-Larkin and Carly Mclachlan and Sarah Mander and Ruth Wood and Mirjam R{\"o}der and Patricia Thornley and Elena Dawkins and Clair Gough and Laura O'keefe and Maria Sharmina",
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T1 - Importance of non-CO2 emissions in carbon management

AU - Bows-Larkin, Alice

AU - Mclachlan, Carly

AU - Mander, Sarah

AU - Wood, Ruth

AU - Röder, Mirjam

AU - Thornley, Patricia

AU - Dawkins, Elena

AU - Gough, Clair

AU - O'keefe, Laura

AU - Sharmina, Maria

PY - 2014/8/12

Y1 - 2014/8/12

N2 - Background: GHG budgets highlight a need for urgency, yet analyses are often CO2-focused, with less attention paid to non-CO2. Results: In this paper, scenarios are used to explore non-CO2 drivers and barriers to their mitigation, drawing out implications for CO2 management. Results suggest that even optimistic technological and consumption-related developments lead to on-going increases in global N2O, largely to improve food security within a changing climate. This contrasts with existing analysis, where lower levels of N2O by 2050 are projected. Conclusions: As avoiding '2°C' limits the emissions budget, constraints on reducing non-CO2 add pressure to energy system decarbonization. Overlooking how a changing climate and rising consumption restricts efforts to curb non-CO2 will result in policies aiming to avoid 2°C falling short of the mark .

AB - Background: GHG budgets highlight a need for urgency, yet analyses are often CO2-focused, with less attention paid to non-CO2. Results: In this paper, scenarios are used to explore non-CO2 drivers and barriers to their mitigation, drawing out implications for CO2 management. Results suggest that even optimistic technological and consumption-related developments lead to on-going increases in global N2O, largely to improve food security within a changing climate. This contrasts with existing analysis, where lower levels of N2O by 2050 are projected. Conclusions: As avoiding '2°C' limits the emissions budget, constraints on reducing non-CO2 add pressure to energy system decarbonization. Overlooking how a changing climate and rising consumption restricts efforts to curb non-CO2 will result in policies aiming to avoid 2°C falling short of the mark .

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