Carlos A. Nobre
Carlos is a senior scientist with the Brazilian National Space Research Institute (INPE) and director of the Center for Earth System Science. Currently, he is the chair of the Scientific Committee of the International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme (IGBP). He is a climatologist with research interests in climate science, climate change and the Amazon.
- Do we still need REDD if deforestation is decreasing in the Amazon?
- Tropical Land-Use Change Emissions—Smaller, but Still Very Significant
- How can current and future early warning systems be used to enhance adaptive capacity to climate change?
- A Scientific and Technological Revolution for the Amazon