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#75 – Clare Nasir

Published October 24, 2021

Helen talks to meteorologist & broadcaster Clare Nasir about our climate change crisis

As Britain prepares to host the United Nations Climate Change Conference COP26, meteorologist Clare Nasir talks about the deep learning and research going on at the Met Office where she works by some of the biggest brains in climate science.

Clare says the science behind climate change has been known for decades and points out that this autumn the Nobel Prize for Physics went to two scientists for their work on the Earth’s climate & reliably predicting global warming back in the sixties.

But we’re now on the frontline, experiencing extreme weather, and chasing our tails. Clare stresses the need has never been more urgent to change our lifestyles and reduce our CO2 emissions.