Interviews And Articles by Nick Breeze
- Written by Nick Breeze Nick Breeze
- Published: 12 September 2016 12 September 2016
These two experts about the risks posed by climate change and the urgency with which we need to respond.
This call is hosted by Nick Breeze of Envisionation.co.uk and covers the topics of climate science, political response and the need for a wider understanding of the huge threat humanity faces from abrupt climate change.
Rafe Pomerance, 'Climate Strategies Consultant' with projects on the Arctic, geoengineering research and sea level rise.
Member Polar Research Board National Academy of Sciences
Former US climate negotiator and Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for environment.
Dr. Hugh Hunt, Senior Engineering lecturer at Trinity College, University of Cambridge, UK. Hugh is also an established broadcaster with a strong interest in climate change.
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