Hear from a range of experts as they discuss evolving climate science, the current policy stance, what the COP25 climate talks hope to achieve, and what you can do.
Professor Julian Allwood FREng - Professor of Engineering and the Environment, University of Cambridge
Dr Alina Averchenkova - Distinguished Policy Fellow, the Grantham Institute, London School of Economics and Political Science
Professor Corinne Le Quéré FRS CBE - Professor of Climate Change Science, University of East Anglia
Professor Joe Smith (Chair) - Director, Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)
Richard Black - Director, Energy and Climate Resilience Unit and former BBC Science and Environment Correspondent
Martine Croxall (Chair) - Presenter and Journalist
Natalie Fee - Founder, City to Sea
Harriet Lamb - CEO, Ashden and former CEO of International Alert and Executive Director of the UK Fairtrade Foundation
Leo Murray - Director of Innovation, Possible
This National Lottery Open Week we’re saying #Thankstoyou and unlocking our archives with a free digital talk exploring Antarctic photography from the ‘Heroic Age’.
5 June 2021
Dr Griffiths takes us to the fascinating underwater world of the Antarctic where life has even been found beneath the ice in pitch black and far from food sources.
29 April 2021
Antipodes on the page looks at the European encounter with Australia and New Zealand from the early navigators and first colonists through to the period of inland exploration.
17 August 2020
Professor Tom Rippeth explores the interconnectedness of the global oceans with our weather and climate.
20 May 2020
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