In this interview with climate and wine scientist, Professor Kimberly Nicholas, we discuss the urgency of the climate crisis and the need to scale up mitigation and adaptation in the wine industry and beyond to… Read More »EP. 06: Prof. Kimberly Nicholas, “Working with Nature” – Sustainability In Alentejo Series
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 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?
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 scientists discusses the impacts of the pandemic on the climate crisis
Greta Thunberg presented a panel of climate scientists at the COP. Here is an excerpt from esteemed scientists Professor William Moomaw: Watch the full session with all speakers here:
The World Meteorological Organisation has delivered a sobering report on the state of global climate at COP25 in Madrid. Policymakers have for years relied on a get-out clause in the climate change forecasting that implied… Read More »THE WMO Report shows this is the decade climate change was baked in
Chief Scientific Advisor to the UK Government, Sir David King, presents at COP21 as part of the EU funded ICE, Climate, Economics – Arctic Research on Change presentation at the EU Pavilion at COP21 in… Read More »Sir David King | ICE-ARC | Ice, Climate, Economic – Arctic Research on Change