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by The University of Manchester Centre for Atmospheric Science
The Barometer

Global Warming 2017: How bad is it and what can we do?


Whether you are a human dealing with rising sea levels in Bangladesh or the Netherlands, or a walrus losing habitat in the Arctic, global warming is happening. This latest podcast from The Barometer (by University of Manchester researchers) details the current situation, what is being done and what more could be done to limit and perhaps reverse global warming.

If you want a quick demonstration of the science behind global warming check out this video by Dr Paul Connolly of University of Manchester: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_zjlJEQVhhI. This podcast centres around the most recent evidence for increasing greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere, which can be found here: http://www.tyndall.ac.uk/news/record-high-co2-emissions-delay-global-peak.

It is presented by Simon O’Meara, Caroline Dang and Joe Pitt of the School of Earth and Environment and by Clair Gough and John Broderick of the Tyndall Centre.


Episode 41

by The University of Manchester Centre for Atmospheric Science