Challenge for society Globally, buildings are responsible for approximately 30% of all energy use. Some of that energy is going to be provided by electricity that comes from wind turbines which do not have any… Read More »Building Infrastructure Challenges | Getting Beyond Net Zero
In this episode of Shaping The Future, I am speaking with the Director of the Centre for Climate Repair in Cambridge, Dr Shaun Fitzgerald about how buildings can be adapted for climate resilience and the… Read More »Centre For Climate Repair, Dr Shaun Fitzgerald OBE | Flipping buildings from carbon source to sink
The level of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere is too high; we are currently at over 500ppm CO2e. Worse still, global emissions continue apace. This is in part due to the inertia in our societies… Read More »Greenhouse Gas Removal (GGR) at scale is complex but necessary
‘If you are in the 21st Century, I think you should only be allowed to call yourself a billionaire if you have actually absorbed a billion tonnes of CO2 from the atmosphere!’
The global effort to create the world’s first Fusion reactor reaches 75% readiness at French laboratory
After a decade of design and fabrication, General Atomics is ready to ship the first module of the Central Solenoid, the world’s most powerful magnet. It will become a central component of ITER, a machine… Read More »The global effort to create the world’s first Fusion reactor reaches 75% readiness at French laboratory
Professor Keith makes the case for solar geoengineering research as a just way to approach the climate emergency
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Solar geoengineering goes wrong in this epic book by scientist Bill McGuire
Meteorologist Scott Duncan: how weather data is used to inform the public & organisations we rely on against the worst of life’s low-probability high-impact events
Secretary-General of ICOS – The Integrated Carbon Observation System, Dr. Habil. Werner L. Kutsch.
Measuring our carbon footprint with the climate app.
Sir Peter Wadhams talks to Nick Breeze about CDR and climate impacts we can’t cope with.
Dr Hugh Hunt says we shouldn’t write off crazy ideas that may help humanity survive climate impacts
Satellite technology expert discusses how they use data to save lives
UK Met Office Chief Exec Professor Penny Endersby discusses climate modelling ambitions and limits
The European Commission’s Copernicus programme also attended this year’s COP in Katowice, Poland, and organised a number of activities at the EU Pavilion. Organised jointly by the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship… Read More »Satellite data presentation: Copernicus Climate Change Service