‘It’s happening, it’s now,’ says U.S. government report on climate change

On Friday, the federal government released its most dramatic report yet on the effects of climate change. According to scientists, the country is already experiencing serious consequences from rising global temperatures, including more frequent and severe storms, fires and flooding. John Yang talks to Michael Oppenheimer, professor of geosciences and international affairs at Princeton University.

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‘It’s happening, it’s now,’ says U.S. government report on climate change

Climate change is controversial and the subject of huge debate. Complex climate models based on maths helps us understand. How do these models work?

A lecture by Chris Budd OBE, Gresham Professor of Geometry 13 November 2018

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Climate change is important, controversial, and the subject of huge debate. Much of our understanding of the future climate comes from the use of complex climate models based on mathematical and physical ideas.

In this talk, Professor Budd will describe how these models work and the assumptions that go into them. He will discuss how reliable our predictions of climate change are, and show how mathematicians can give us insights into both past and future.

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The Mathematics of Climate Change