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
Join our panel as they share their insights into how Bangladesh is now on the path to becoming climate resilient, the lessons that can be learned from this, and where things are headed.
1 July 2019
Alice travels to South Africa to work with the Black Mambas on tactics, self-confidence, and the fear of lions.
14 March 2019
Recent neuroscience research has explored how the brain represents details of places and navigation – but how is that linked to how we navigate in the real world?
15 January 2019
In 2015 Fearghal climbed, hitched and paddled across the Bolivian Altiplano. Fearghal examines this journey making a passionate case for why experience is essential to understanding the world.
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