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Climate Change in the Time of Pandemic: On-demand recording

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An unique opportunity for anyone interested in climate change to learn directly from a renowned world expert

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On-demand event: Climate change in the time of pandemic

Mark Maslin, climatologist, University College London

Climate change is the most critical issue facing the world in the 21st century. Everyone agrees we must keep global warming to under 2˚C or under 1.5˚C if possible. But how can we do this while dealing with the other great challenges of our age: pandemics, poverty, security, population growth, and environmental degradation. Climate change seems too big to deal with but Mark Maslin shows how we can rebuild the global economy after covid-19 and save our planet from climate change while still improving everyone’s lives.

Following Mark’s inspiring lecture, the audience had the opportunity to ask questions about the climate emergency

What's included in your ticket:

  • Lecture lasting 60 minutes including Q&A with Mark Maslin
  • On-demand access available until 18 June 2021
  • Access to New Scientist Live talk by Ola Rosling called Factfulness: Why the world is better than you think
  • Bonus content from New Scientist

About the speakers:

Mark Maslin is a professor of climatology at University College London. He is a leading scientist with particular expertise in global and regional climatic change and has publish over 160 papers in journals such as Science, Nature, The Lancet and Nature Climate Change. He has written 11 books, over 50 popular articles and appears regularly on radio and television. His books include the high successful Climate Change: A Very Short Introduction, The Cradle of Humanity and The Human Planet co-authored with Simon Lewis. He was included in Who’s Who for the first time in 2009 and was granted a five-year Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award in 2011 for his work on climate change.

The event will be hosted by Valerie Jamieson, New Scientist Events' creative director.

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Your ticket will give you access to a recording of the event which originally took place on Thursday18 June 2020 and lasts for approximately one hour. Access to the recording of the event will be available until 18th June 2021.
Eventbrite will email you a confirmation immediately after purchase with instructions on how to access the recording of the event and the other material included with your ticket.
Tickets are non-transferable to any other New Scientist event.
All tickets are non-refundable.
New Scientist reserves the right to alter the recording of the event or remove access prior to 18th June 2021. In the unlikely event of the removal of access to the event, all unused tickets will be fully refunded. New Scientist Ltd will not be liable for any additional expenses incurred by ticket holders in relation to the event.
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