Episode 25 - How will climate change affect UK heatwaves?

October 17, 2021 00:14:14
Episode 25 - How will climate change affect UK heatwaves?
Royal Meteorological Society Podcast
Episode 25 - How will climate change affect UK heatwaves?

Oct 17 2021 | 00:14:14

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Show Notes

Hannah Mallinson, Science Engagement Manager at RMetS speaks to Dr Eunice Loco-author of our new climate briefing paper focusing on how climate change will affect UK heatwaves.

The Society's Science Engagement Committee is producing a series of Climate Science Briefing Papers with the aim to clearly and concisely explain important aspects of climate science. The briefing papers can be found here: https://www.rmets.org/briefing-papers

The Society's programmes are broad and diverse, with many activities accessible not only to members but also to the general public and the wider meteorological and climate community. For more information on our charitable activities and events visit rmets.org.

Thank you for listening! Comments and ideas for future topics are always welcomed so please get in touch at [email protected].

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