Refreezing the arctic and other climate actions backed by scientific research ft. Dr Shaun Fitzgerald, Centre for Climate Repair at Cambridge

Aug 01, 06:30 AM

Is refreezing the arctic a viable climate action? What are the pathways for deep and rapid emissions reductions? What are the nature based solutions for greenhouse gas removal? All your questions on this and more answered on this episode where we discuss Climate action backed by scientific research and robust evidence with Dr Shaun Fitzgerald OBE from Centre for Climate Repair at Cambridge (CCRC) who joins Girish Shivakumar for a conversation. CCRC is also affiliated to the Cambridge Zero initiative. To find out more about Centre for Climate Repair at Cambridge - https://www.climaterepair.eng.cam.ac.uk/ | https://twitter.com/RepairClimate Subscribe and listen on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2LFBCVw Other platforms: http://bit.ly/2POiTW3 Web: www.missionshunya.com Liked the story? Give a rating and write a review on Apple Podcasts (https://apple.co/2LFBCVw). Share it with 3 people in your network, it just takes 30seconds.

Is refreezing the arctic a viable climate action?
What are the pathways for deep and rapid emissions reductions?
What are the nature based solutions for greenhouse gas removal?

All your questions on this and more answered on this episode where we discuss Climate action backed by scientific research and robust evidence with Dr Shaun Fitzgerald OBE from Centre for Climate Repair at Cambridge (CCRC) who joins Girish Shivakumar for a conversation. CCRC is also affiliated to the Cambridge Zero initiative. 

To find out more about Centre for Climate Repair at Cambridge - https://www.climaterepair.eng.cam.ac.uk/ | https://twitter.com/RepairClimate 

Subscribe and listen on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2LFBCVw 
Other platforms: http://bit.ly/2POiTW3 
                                                                              
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