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Practise What You Preach? On being a travelling scientist">
Practise What You Preach? On being a travelling scientist

Practise What You Preach? On being a travelling scientist

“La Vie Électrique” by Albert Robida, 1890 | Retronaut The act of boarding a plane is nothing out of the ordinary; it is a frequent occurrence in the world of higher education, and arguably, an expected and integral part. It is also unquestioned. Flying is ingrained within academic growth and exchange. Without flying, we cannotRead more about Practise What You Preach? On being a travelling scientist[…]

Atmosfear! Extreme weather and the politics of climate danger Is drawing a line between extreme weather events and carbon emissions a good idea? Surprisingly, maybe not">
Atmosfear! Extreme weather and the politics of climate danger Is drawing a line between extreme weather events and carbon emissions a good idea? Surprisingly, maybe not

Atmosfear! Extreme weather and the politics of climate danger Is drawing a line between extreme weather events and carbon emissions a good idea? Surprisingly, maybe not

As a series of hurricanes slam into the coast of the US, the soundbite “climate change makes extreme weather more likely” is being repeated across the world, implying reducing carbon emissions can stop devastating, extreme weather events. Is this true? In their article ‘Atmosfear: Communicating the Effects of Climate Change on Extreme Weather’ in the Journal Weather, Climate, and Society, two researchers at the University ofRead more about Atmosfear! Extreme weather and the politics of climate danger Is drawing a line between extreme weather events and carbon emissions a good idea? Surprisingly, maybe not[…]