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A series of podcasts produced by two postgraduate students in the School of Earth & Ocean Sciences is helping people understand the science behind climate change and its impact on people, resources and ecology.
The project, entitled What everyone should know about climate change, was produced by Kate Walker-Springett with help from Sarah Lee. The project consists of five podcasts, each covering a different aspect of climate change, summarised with a highlights video capturing the key points from the five podcasts.
See the University news release, with links to the podcast, here.