New data by ICOS confirms that natural carbon sinks such as the ocean and forests are not stable. Climate change makes these sinks more vulnerable, in some cases even turning them into carbon emitters. This compromises current climate targets and action plans. Read more in FLUXES, the European Greenhouse Gas Bulletin. This new publication by ICOS, the Integrated Carbon Observation System, aims at highlighting climate issues to an audience of policymakers, policy advisors, and climate journalists. The first volume of FLUXES focuses on regional and year-over-year changes in carbon sinks in Europe. These changing sinks highlight the need to reduce emissions further in order to reach carbon neutrality targets. download FLUXES