New Centre for Carbon Measurement opens

A new UK centre for research into carbon emissions and climate modelling opens today. The Centre for Carbon Measurement will be based at The National Physical Laboratory in London. The […]

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By Vicky Ellis

A new UK centre for research into carbon emissions and climate modelling opens today. The Centre for Carbon Measurement will be based at The National Physical Laboratory in London.

The Centre will work on producing reliable climate data to help UK policy makers in areas such as meeting emissions reduction targets through clean energy generation, international regulations and schemes for carbon trading and monitoring, as well as developing low carbon technology.

Jane Burston, the leader of the Centre said: “Key to our success is demonstrating to the right people how carbon measurement can improve business practices, promote low carbon innovation and support mitigation and adaptation to climate change – including agreeing global targets and standards.”