Refreezing the arctic and other climate actions

Is refreezing the arctic a viable climate action?

What are the pathways for deep and rapid emissions reductions?

What are the nature based solutions for greenhouse gas removal?

All your questions on this and more answered on this episode where we discuss Climate action backed by scientific research and robust evidence with Dr Shaun Fitzgerald OBE from Centre for Climate Repair at Cambridge (CCRC). CCRC is also affiliated to the Cambridge Zero initiative.

The CCRC is a mission-focussed organisation which aims to achieve ambitious action on climate repair, supported by scientific research and robust evidence.

The CCRC is a mission-focussed organisation which aims to achieve ambitious action on climate repair, supported by scientific research and robust evidence.

In order to further the aims of (i) deep and rapid greenhouse gas emissions reduction (ii) removing greenhouse gases from the atmosphere (Reduce atmospheric GHG concentrations from 500ppm down to 350ppm in order to safeguard the planet as a place for human habitation). and (iii) restoring parts of the climate system that already pose risks to humanity, the CCRC is:

• Working with policy makers in the UK and across the globe to build alliances of nations and states dedicated to meaningful carbon sequestration solutions and technologies to safeguard our planet.

• Collaborating with sister Universities around the globe to both expand the scale of research efforts and policy discussions.

• Engaging with the public and other stakeholders to progress action to tackle climate change.

To find out more about Centre for Climate Repair at Cambridge – https://www.climaterepair.eng.cam.ac.uk/ | https://twitter.com/RepairClimate

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About Shaun

Shaun is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering who works at the interface of academic research, business, government policy and public engagement. He has worked extensively in the commercialisation of new intellectual property arising from university research, and supported the UK government in the re-writing of policy documents for building standards. Prior to joining the Centre for Climate Change Shaun was Director of the Royal Institution, overseeing the programme for engaging the public with science and engineering.

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