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 Engineerign 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
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29 May 2020
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In a 40 year old foldable wooden kayak, Oscar Scafidi’s two-man team completed the first ever source-to-mouth journey along the Kwanza River, in spite of being chased by hippos and sinking in rapids.
22 March 2017
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