Take me to the river Episode 7:

Retaining hope in the face of a changing climate,
with Professor Mark Howden

In this episode, Siwan talks with Professor Mark Howden about how we can retain hope in the face of a changing climate. Mark is the Director of the Institute for Climate, Energy and Disaster Solutions at the Australian National University, as well as being the Vice-Chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). As a global expert on climate science, his work over the last thirty years has explored climate variability, change and adaptation. In this conversation Mark and Siwan discuss how we can look to each other for the skills and hope we need to adapt to our changing climate.

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Banner Image: An Australian scientist measures greenhouse gas emissions at a wetland using a portable gas analyser.