Shaping The Future - Climate Change Podcast - Nick Breeze
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podcast logo pngInterviews with environmental / climate change experts discussing the choices we collectively face in determining what future we will shape for ourselves, future generations and all other life within the biosphere. The podcast is produced by Nick Breeze and hosted on the CCLS website, as an appendage to the series that is itself in jeopardy due to the disruptive nature of the pandemic.

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Professor Jason Box interview - Greenland & climate system

Welcome to Shaping The Future Podcast. In this episode, I am speaking to Professor Jason Box at the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland.

We are discussing how the colossal Greenland ice sheet is changing as the Earth warms and what impact this will have on the global climate system.

So much of Jason’s work bridges the void between climate science in obscure corners of the planet, and the risks posed by pollution from industry, as well as how we in wealthier countries conduct our lives.

Shaping the future means envisioning the world we want and committing to a pathway to achieve it. In that vane, we end this discussion by considering the social movements that are emerging as part of the growing awareness of the necessity to change.

Professor Kevin Anderson Podcast Interview 2020

In this episode I speak with Professor Kevin Anderson who is the formerDirector of the UK’s Tyndall Centre for climate change research, he is also a part-time professor at the University of Uppsala in Sweden and even squeezes in a day a week at a university in Norway.

In this episode, we discuss who are the culprits of climate action failure, how coronavirus has shown us we are all equal in society and how solving current inequality is an essential component of solving the climate crisis.

Katharine Hayhoe Shaping The Future - From Pandemic To Climate Change

Professor Katharine Hayhoe is well-known the world over for her clear communications on the risks posed by climate change and why these risks and can be addressed in a non-political and non-partisan way. Katharine is an atmospheric scientist, the Political Science Endowed Professor in Public Policy and Public Law at Texas Tech University in the US and directs their Climate Center.