Climate Change

The Arctic recently sent us a powerful message about climate change

The Beast brought cold air from Siberia to cities unfamiliar with such harsh winter conditions, such as Rome. Image: REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke

Jennifer Francis

Research Professor, Rutgers University

Jeremy Wilkinson

Sea Ice Physicist, British Antarctic Survey

Gail Whiteman

Director, Pentland Centre for Sustainability in Business, Lancaster University

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Arctic near-surface air temperatures north of 80N. Image: Zack Labe, UC Irvine
Image: National Snow and Ice Data Center
Jet stream on 25 Feb 2018. Yellow arrow shows winds flowing from southern North Atlantic to the North Pole then down into central Europe.
Top 5 global risks in terms of likelihood. Image: World Economic Forum Global Risk Report

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