Warming soil to emit as much carbon as U.S. by 2050

Alex Verbeek

Alexander Verbeek is a diplomat and Associate at the Stockholm Environment Institute. Until January 2016 he was the Strategic Policy Advisor on Global Issues in the Netherlands MFA, working on international issues related to climate, water, food, energy and resources. He developed the Planetary Security Initiative that fosters cooperation on the impact of climate change, environmental degradation and resource scarcity on security. He organised the international conference in the Peace Palace in November last year where participants from 75 countries joined in the launch of this initiative. In Sweden he continues to collaborate with governments, businesses, think tanks and civil society agencies to find connections between these issues and create solutions for the environmental, resource and demographic challenges of the 21st century. Since 2014 Alexander is a Yale World Fellow. He is often asked for public speaking, lecturing at universities or chairing international meetings. He is in the board of advisors of several international environmental initiatives. Twitter: @Alex_Verbeek Instagram: @alexanderverbeek

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  1. 7 December 2016

    […] sta causando alcuni fenomeni piuttosto strani, come l’emergere di bolle dal sottosuolo. In un’intervista con Alex Verbeek, Crowther ha detto che questi effetti potrebbero peggiorare a causa del rilascio […]

  2. 7 December 2016

    […] fenómenos naturales que, literalmente, están burbujeando desde el subsuelo. En una entrevista con Alex Verbeek, Crowther dijo que estos efectos van a empeorar debido a las emisiones de carbono […]

  3. 13 December 2016

    […] donde el deshielo del permagel es el causante de extraños fenómenos naturales. Crowther afirmó en una entrevista que estos efectos podrían empeorar con las emisiones de carbono procedentes de los depósitos del […]

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