While most of the Climategate disclosures concerned tree ring studies, one of the questions still to be answered is why so many of the emails selected for release were about SRES - the IPCC's estimates of how different things that affect the climate, including carbon dioxide, will vary in the future.
Now, via Richard Betts' Twitter feed comes news of the IPCC's latest version of these emissions scenarios, with a snazzy new name: the Representative Concentration Pathways. There is a paper describing how they were put together here.
I've only taken a quick glance, but I'm struck by how much carbon capture is predicted in some of the RCPs. Is this realistic? I thought CCS was something of an unproven technology.