Mitigate, Adapt or Suffer: Connecting Global Change to Local Impacts and Solutions
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Recorded: 15th May, Winstanley Lecture Theatre, Trinity College, Cambridge.
Climate is changing—throughout the UK, across Europe, and for the planet as a whole. Temperatures are increasing, rainfall patterns are shifting, and extreme precipitation and heat wave events are becoming more frequent.
Climate change isn't just a problem for polar bears or future generations any more - it's affecting us, here and now. Not only that, but the choices we make today will have a profound impact on our future: the faster we cut our carbon emissions, the less adaptation will be needed, and the more suffering we can avert.
In such a politically charged environment, are we still able to act on climate? Or is it too late? Join Katharine Hayhoe as she untangles the complex science connecting our choices to future impacts, and highlights the actions that are being taken to combat this critical issue today.
Watch live online: Professor Chris Rapley CBE will discuss with Dr. Helen Czerski and Prof. Tim Lenton, the work and life of James Lovelock. Lovelock will join the discussion by way of prerecorded interview segments, recorded especially for this session in March 2019.
This event will take place as part of the Cambridge Science Festival in conjunction with #CCLS2019.
WATCH AGAIN: Ro Randall - Climate, Psychology, Conversation: the unconscious dynamics of how we talk about climate change
Lecture 4, March 7th, 7:00pm (GMT): Rosemary Randall (Climate Psychology Alliance)
Title: Climate, Psychology, Conversation: the unconscious dynamics of how we talk about climate change