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The Future of Fuel
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The Future of Fuel

The fuel we use to power our world is one of the biggest contributing factors affecting the UK’s carbon footprint. Join our exert panel and have your say about the future of fuel as part of this thought-provoking debate. Our changing climate is one of the biggest challenges facing our society. How we power our…

The Clean Energy Revolution
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The Clean Energy Revolution

With climate change threatening to spiral out of control, the time has come to accelerate our transition from oil, coal and gas to alternative energy sources. Our burning of fossil fuels dates back millennia, but our reliance on them in the past two centuries has increased dramatically. Solar, wind, tidal, geothermal energy as well as…

1.5 v 2 Degrees Celsius: Why Half a Degree Really Counts
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1.5 v 2 Degrees Celsius: Why Half a Degree Really Counts

In this free livestreamed event, campaigners and experts will debate how best to tackle the challenge of Earth’s rising temperature. The persistent march of a warming climate is perceived as incremental changes. But the greater the change in global temperature, the higher the risk that the cumulative impact of all these changes could cross a…

Our Future Planet: Global Greenhouse Gas Removal
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Our Future Planet: Global Greenhouse Gas Removal

Hear leading scientists and environmental journalists explore the many aspects of carbon capture, including reforestation, and rewilding as well as a range of industrial methods. As well as reducing our CO2 emissions, capturing carbon from the atmosphere could be another way to limit climate change. We’ll be discussing whether this approach offers a solution to…

Our Future Planet
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Our Future Planet

Image credit: Entrance of Our Future Planet © Science Museum Group The first significant UK exhibition to be presented on the subject of carbon capture and storage, Our Future Planet is a free exhibition that will open on at the Science Museum in the run-up to COP26, the 26th United Nations Convention on Climate Change….

Climate Change: The View from Space
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Climate Change: The View from Space

Astronauts Helen Sharman and Tim Peake join Maggie Aderin-Pocock and UNOOSA’s Simonetta Di Pippo to assess how our work in orbit—and beyond—has helped us appreciate our planet. From the incredible insights we’ve gained about Earth as we’ve learnt more about neighbouring planets, to the way in which international collaboration and advances in satellites and remote…