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In an exclusive interview with Mother Channel, Professor Peter Wadhams leading Arctic scientist and Head of the Polar Ocean Physics at Cambridge University talks on some of the ‘Worries’ particular to the UK and ‘Urgent Actions’ required, at COP 22, Marrakech. Responding to a question on ‘How UK will be affected by global warming in […]
COP 22 Exclusive – JT Reager from NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory explains the abilities of NASA climate monitoring capabilities utilising satellites at COP 22. He covers almost every basic area of climate science and justifies their position on global warming. This is an extremely honest frank discussion. As a hydrologist he was able to provide […]
COP 21 PARIS GEO Secretariat Director Barbara J Ryan on: The importance of coordinating and integrating GHG emissions with space & ground based observation, monitoring and reporting systems to support adaptation & mitigation measures of global policy makers.
In April of 2016, daily 24 hour broadcasts began on www.motherchannel.com A sub program of the Mother Channel is the Environmental News Network (ENN) which presents current developments relating to the global environment. Recently, two peer reviewed reports presented by our ENN researchers brought about the sobering realisation, that if we did not take immediate […]