CAMBRIDGE SERIES 15: FEMALE VOICES ON CLIMATE CHANGE
Does having more women involved in climate change-related research make a difference to discussions? What kind of adaptations will be required as global warming increases and how do we bring a broad range of the public on board, particularly regarding the more complex issues surrounding climate change?
A panel discussion with Morgan Seag, Co-chair of the international council of the Association of Polar Early Career Scientists, anthropologist Ragnhild Freng Dale from the Scott Polar Institute and Professor Melody Clark from the British Antarctic Survey.
Professor Melody Clark is a highly accomplished scientist at the British Antarctic Survey. She currently leads the Adaptations group, which studies two main areas: how animals adapt to the extreme cold and how they may react in the face of predicted climate change.
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