In this Climategenn episode I am speaking with Professor Terry Hughes, Director of the Australian Research Council (ARC) based at John Cook University in Australia. We discuss the rapidly changing coral reefs and the developing… Read More »Professor Terry Hughes – Can coral reefs recover from multiyear bleaching events?
In the final segment of the Oceans press conference Shaun Fitzgerald & Brad Ack answer two key questions relating to ocean carbon sink restoration and regeneration: Dr Shaun Fitzgerald OBE I’ll just address the… Read More »Pt 4 – Ocean Restoration Q&A – why the oceans? Research in infancy – COP27
I come from the Maldives, so 99% of the Maldivian territory is ocean. And like many Island communities, we have a very strong connection with our ocean. The Maldives already experience the effects of the… Read More »PT 3 – Ulfath Ibrahim – working with Blue carbon ecosystems in the Maldives to remove carbon
Ocean visions is a collaborative partnership of research and scientific institutions, with practitioners and marine managers that looks for solutions to critical problems facing the ocean. And there’s no problem more critical and dangerous than… Read More »PT 2 Brad Ack – Executive Director, Ocean Visions – removing carbon at scale
With mitigation so far not showing signs of denting the atmospheric concentrations of greenhouse gases, and Earth’s sensitivity to the current levels being greater than previously anticipated, attention is shifting towards safe methods for carbon… Read More »Ocean Carbon Sink Restoration for Greenhouse Gas Removal – Press Conference COP27 PT1
In this ClimateGenn episode, I am speaking with Dr Nathalie Hilmi at the Centre Scientifique in Monaco about the need to invest in research, restoration and regeneration of the world’s oceans. By protecting and restoring… Read More »Dr Nathalie Hilmi – “We Need To Protect, Restore and Regenerate the Ocean Ecosystem”
Dr Shaun Fitzgerald OBE, Director of the Centre for Climate Repair in Cambridge, discusses new research to build resilient and scaleable kelp growing platforms, asking the key question: can kelp forests capture and store a… Read More »Dr Shaun Fitzgerald OBE – Can Kelp Forests Capture a billion tonnes of carbon?
In this ClimateGenn episode, I am speaking to Dr Levke Caesar about the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation, or AMOC, about what would happen if this vital piece of the climate system either slowed dramatically or… Read More »The AMOC – Is a shut down faster than models forecast? Dr Levke Caeser.
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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
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
We need global coordination to prevent Antarctic catastrophe
Sir Peter Wadhams talks to Nick Breeze about CDR and climate impacts we can’t cope with.
Climate change despair with author and scientist Dr Peter Kalmus
Climate scientist discusses new findings from climate models on how the AMOC is interacting with the North Atlantic Gyre and what this means for regional climate changes
The oceans cover 70% of the Earth’s surface and are a major source of oxygen and carbon sink. This new study confirms that they are also in rapid decline as deoxygenation also means a dead… Read More »Professor Dan Daffoley – IUCN Deoxygenation of Oceans