CCLS has attended COP24 in Katowice, Poland, to see how the negotiations are developing in order to create the 'Rule Book' for implementing the Paris Agreement.
We have caught up with previous CCLS speakers like Anthony Hobley (who now has his own climate Youtube channel, Green & Tonic), as well as Professor Kevin Anderson and Saleemul Huq.
CCLS chair, Dr Hugh Hunt, also spoke to physicist, oceanographer and TV broadcaster, Dr Helen Czerski, about how this is unfolding, Arctic experiences and how satellite data is helping everyone down here on Earth:
This is part 1 of the discussion between Dr Hugh Hunt and Rafe Pomerance, talking about the unravelling Arctic climate and what that means for global climate stability going forward. Rafe also outlines a 4 point plan of action that should be implemented immediately.
To read the New York Times Feature piece that documents how we could have avoided climate catastrophe in the 1970's-80's, click here.
Lecture 1 - International Centre for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD)
You can watch the lecture live below from 19:20 on 15th February:
Loss and damage: Insights from the front lines in Bangladesh
Presenter: Dr. Saleemul Huq – Director of International Centre for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD), Independent University, Bangladesh
Time: February 15, 2018 – 19:30 UTC
Location: Winstanley Lecture Theatre, Trinity College (Map)
Reception (with eco-friendly sandwiches, snacks, alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks) to follow.
Tickets: Not needed, but please RSVP on Facebook so we have an idea of the number of people to expect.
Saleemul Huq will share actions taking place in one of the most vulnerable countries in the world, Bangladesh, to tackle the impacts of climate change.