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Considering catastrophe: high-impact, low-probability climate scenarios “dangerously underexplored”

Researchers call for a new “Climate Endgame” agenda and say far too little work has gone into understanding the mechanisms by which rising temperatures might pose a “catastrophic” risk to society and humanity: For instance,… Read More »Considering catastrophe: high-impact, low-probability climate scenarios “dangerously underexplored”

Ep 3: Herdade de Mouchão, Biodiversity, Terroir, A Scorching Climate & Struggle for Sustainability

In this Alentejo Wines episode, I am speaking to Iain Richardson, from the wine estate, Mouchão. Mouchão is a great example of an integrated estate in Alentejo where different flora and fauna are interwoven to… Read More »Ep 3: Herdade de Mouchão, Biodiversity, Terroir, A Scorching Climate & Struggle for Sustainability

Why are climate scientists getting arrested? Dr Stuart Capstick discusses the upside & downside of direct action.

In this ClimateGenn episode, I am speaking to climate psychologist and Deputy Director and theme lead for the Centre for Climate Change and Social Transformation (CAST Centre) Dr Stuart Capstick from Cardiff University about why scientists… Read More »Why are climate scientists getting arrested? Dr Stuart Capstick discusses the upside & downside of direct action.

Sir David King on Heatwaves, Action, & Activism: “No one will escape..”

The current heatwave in India and Pakistan sets the scene for this ClimateGenn episode, speaking with Climate Crisis Advisory Group Chair, Professor Sir David King about their new report on what we must do to… Read More »Sir David King on Heatwaves, Action, & Activism: “No one will escape..”