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In this episode of ClimateGenn I am speaking with Dr Minnie Go about her recent book ‘Rethinking Community Resilience’ looking in detail at how the city of New Orleans emerged from the destruction of Hurricane… Read More »Minnie Go | Rethinking Community Resilience
Please do subscribe and be sure to comment or send me your feedback by email. You can also support this series via https://patreon.com/genncc. In this Climate Genn episode, I am speaking to Professor Katharine Hayhoe… Read More »Professor Katharine Hayhoe: [Who Is] Saving Us[?] – ClimateGenn Podcast
In this ClimateGenn episode, I speak to Dr Ye Tao at Harvard University who is head of the Mirrors for Earth Energy Rebalancing (MEER). Please follow or get in touch at https://genn.cc or join/support via… Read More »MEER | Mirrors For earth’s Energy Rebalancing with Dr Ye Tao at Harvard University
In this ClimateGenn episode, I am speaking with Dr Tero Mustonen who is based within the Arctic Circle about the enormous changes happening there today and that are going to cascade across the globe impacting… Read More »Dr Tero Mustonen | Cascading Arctic Changes will create a new planet soon
In this ClimateGenn episode, I am speaking to professor Peter Wadhams from the University of Cambridge about his recent research for a book he is writing on the viability of greenhouse gas removal from the… Read More »Prof. Peter Wadhams | Can we remove billions of tonnes of CO2? And methane?
Dr Paul Behrens has just published his book, ‘Best of Times, Worst of Times’ looking at different outcomes based on the choices humanity makes today. The sobering aspect is that even if we make the… Read More »Near term threats & societal risk as the Earth changes state | Dr Paul Behrens
Greenland is beyond its threshold of viability and is highly responsive to anthropogenic warming. Here Professor Jason Box gives an in-depth explanation of the processes that are not currently in climate models that are leading… Read More »Professor Jason Box | Greenland today and [not for] tomorrow #COP26Glasgow
Climate Crisis Advisory Group (CCAG) Chair, Professor Sir David King responds to questions about COP26 as the process shows signs of heavy criticism for unambitious progress, unfulfilled pledges and a growing concern from the public.… Read More »Sir David King | COP26 Update
Professor Jonathan Bamber is a physicist with expertise in analysing Greenland and Antarctic Ice Sheets. Support my work: https://patreon.com/genncc or visit https://genn.cc for more info. In this interview, he discusses their vulnerability under different warming… Read More »Professor Jonathan Bamber | 2m sea-level rise leads to the breakdown of civilisation
A quick meet-up with prof. Katharine Hayhoe – here we gauge the mood of the COP, the mood on the streets, and whether the COP is full of little more than hot air or not.… Read More »Professor Katharine Hayhoe | This affects all of us #cop26glasgow
The Cryosphere Pavilion was one of the most interesting pavilions I came across at this COP, simply taking in the presentations of a group of superb scientists who are telling us very clearly that we… Read More »Can we save the European Alps snow cover? Matthias Huss, ETH Zurich
The major Atlantic ocean current, to which also the Gulf stream belongs, may have been losing stability in the course of the last century. This is shown in a new study published in Nature Climate… Read More »Is AMOC, a major Atlantic ocean current system approaching a critical threshold?
In this episode of Shaping The Future, I am speaking with former UK Government Chief Science Advisor, Sir David King. Sir David has recently set up the Climate Crisis Advisory Group (CCAG) to respond with… Read More »Sir David King Interview | Arctic Briefing | Climate Crisis Advisory Group
With feedbacks from thawing permafrost and other sources on the rise, Sir David King discusses how close are we to the point where these sources of greenhouse gases outpace our own efforts to reduce atmospheric… Read More »Are accelerating impacts at risk of outpacing action?
Under global warming, tipping elements in the Earth system can destabilize each other and eventually lead to climate domino collapse effects. The ice sheets on Greenland and West Antarctica are potential starting points for tipping… Read More »Tipping points can destabilize each other, leading to climate domino collapse effects
Russian Arctic Methane Releases & Subsea Permafrost Degradation | Professor Örjan Gustafsson (Part 2)
In this second episode of the methane miniseries, I speak to Professor Orjan Gustafsson from Stockholm University about his team’s ongoing collaboration with the Russian research team, led by Professor Igor Semiletov, investigating the Siberian… Read More »Russian Arctic Methane Releases & Subsea Permafrost Degradation | Professor Örjan Gustafsson (Part 2)