Science broadcaster Dr Hannah Fry is joined by a panel of experts including famed conservationist Dr Jane Goodall to explore the big question: how will climate change affect our future, from landscapes and ecosystems to societies and economies?
About the talk
What will Earth be like for future generations and what changes can we see taking place already? This talk brings together an international panel of scientists, policy experts and climate activists to kick off the Climate Talks series and discuss why action is needed now if we’re to tackle the incredible challenges presented by climate change.
Delve into the science, hear some uncomfortable facts about the state of our planet and be inspired by efforts from across the globe which are beginning to make a real difference.
- Dr Jane Goodall, DBE: Founder of the Jane Goodall Institute and a UN Messenger of Peace, an ethologist and conservationist known for her ground-breaking research into the lives of wild chimpanzees in Gombe, Tanzania, now in its 60th year.
- Kira Peter-Hansen MEP: Climate advocate and the youngest ever Member of European Parliament
- Dr Tamsin Edwards: Climate science lecturer, King’s College, and contributing author of the IPCC’s sixth report.
- Wanjuhi Njoroge: Climate activist, forest restoration advocate, entrepreneur and founder of People, Planet Africa.
- Dr Hannah Fry (Chair): Associate Professor in the Mathematics of Cities at UCL, broadcaster, and science writer.