Gerbrand Koren

Gerbrand is a member of the Biogeosciences ECS representatives team and an assistant professor at the Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development at Utrecht University in the Netherlands. His research addresses quantification and better understanding of CO2 exchange between the atmosphere and vegetation using remote sensing, stable isotopes, and modeling approaches.

What more can we do as climate scientists to address climate change?


  Fig 1 — Artist impression of Earth (source: Unsplash, Elena Mozhvilo)   The much anticipated COP26 — even more so because of its postponement — is now already a few months behind us. There has been a lot of attention in the media, including on the BG blog. We have seen mixed reactions following the final statement at COP26: ranging from disappointment about lack of ambition to realism ...[Read More]