I have a few bits of happy news! The BBC’s program Climate Change by Numbers on which I was one of the main scientific consultants has won the AAAS Science Journalism Award in the “in
Are you a details person? Do you love to lose yourself in little things? To read every footnote of a book, watch ants in a patch of grass, memorise every mole on a lover’s skin?
This is the script of my TEDxCERN talk, a 12-13 minute talk I did from memory. When the video is put online in a week or so, you’ll be able to follow along and see
I’m extremely happy to say that on the 1st October I’ll be taking up a lectureship at the Open University! I’ll be sad to leave Bristol. I’ve spent all my years as a climate scientist
We’ve had a new study published about the slippery slopes of Greenland. If we’re right they’re not as slippery – and therefore as worrying – as we first thought. Greenland’s ice sheet is not simply
My project ice2sea is currently in the news. For example, the BBC: ‘Best estimate’ for impact of melting ice on sea level rise. Ice2sea is an enormous project, involving 24 institutions (such as universities and meteorological institutes),